• June 05, 2017

Officer Dale Ordogne Injured, Teen Charged in Dallas, TX, Accident

Dallas, TX -- May 29, 2017, an accident occurred that resulted in the injury of Officer Dale Ordogne and the arrest of Ivory Nails.

According to Dallas Police authorities, the incident took place at the intersection of South Westmoreland Drive and West Keist Boulevard.

Senior Corporal Dale Ordogne of Dallas PD was in his squad car on the way to an emergency call for a burglary. As he crossed through the intersection, a Chevy Silverado allegedly driven by 17-year-old Nails failed to yield to the emergency vehicle, resulting in a collision.

The crash pushed the police cruiser off of a small bridge and into a creek, injuring Officer Ordogne. Nails drove away from the scene. Nails was later arrested outside an apartment building as the passenger of another vehicle. His charges were not specified.

Ordogne was taken to Methodist Dallas Medical Center. He was said to be in critical condition after the wreck, but is now recovering.

Additional details are currently unavailable.

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