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Mansfield– Police Officer Injured Following a Crash on Heritage Parkway

Posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 at 6:50 am    

A Mansfield police officer sustained injuries after colliding with another vehicle on Heritage Parkway last Saturday.

Emergency crews arrived at Texas Toll Road 360 near Heritage Parkway after receiving a report of a car accident just before 7:00 p.m. According to reports, the officer was responding to an officer-assist when she crashed into a car. Details surrounding the crash is yet to be determined.

The driver of the other vehicle was injured but refused treatment from EMS. He was seen walking around when authorities arrived at the scene. Meanwhile, the police officer reported pain in one of her legs. She was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Her injuries were considered minor.

No criminal charges have been filed as of this writing.

We would like to express our deepest sympathies to the friends and families of the injured victims. We pray for their full recovery as we hope that the Mansfield Police Department will do everything to bring those responsible to justice.

Injuries caused by vehicle collisions can vary from crash to crash. Some injuries may heal within a span of days while others could paralyze a victim’s body for a month. The most commonly known car accident injuries include neck and chest and head and back injuries. Broken and ligament damages are also quite common.
Sometimes, a car accident can cause serious injuries to multiple parties—and filing a claim can get complicated. To make sure your claim is successful, you need to gather supporting evidence and documents that can back up your claim. It could be a detailed account of the accident you are involved in or documents indicating the extent of injuries you sustained. These may include a video or photograph of the scene, police reports, and medical records, to name a few.


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