Jefferson County police deputy wounded after getting hit by car
A police deputy from the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Kentucky was rushed to the University Hospital in Louisville after a car hit the officer as he was responding to an accident on Wednesday evening, November 19, wdrb.com reported.
According to the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department’s Public Information Office Spokesman Carl Yates, the car accident that the deputy and other policemen were responding to happened at the intersection of Billtown Road and Michaele Lane. Yates said that the deputy was struck by a vehicle as he got out of his car to assist the other Jefferson County police officers by directing traffic. He is expected to fully recover.
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