Two vehicle crash sends Deputy K9 unit and two others to hospital, vet
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LAGRANGE COUNTY, Ind.- According to police officials, a two-vehicle crash involving the LaGrange County Sheriff's Deputy K9 unit sent three people, including the deputy, to the hospital and the K9 officer to the vet.
Indiana State Police reported that they are investigating the incident that took place at approximately 3:45 p.m. Wednesday, when police were called to the scene of a crash in the 800 block of South Detroit Street in LaGrange.
LaGrange County Sheriff's Department (LCSD) Deputy Brian Emelander was headed northbound on Detroit Street to assist another officer when a vehicle reportedly pulled out in front of the deputy to turn south, according to the police report.
Officials shared that the squad car struck the vehicle containing two people on the driver's side before veering off the road and striking a tree.
Conditions are unknown at this time.
Though police believe neither drugs nor alcohol appeared to be involved in the incident, the crash remains under investigation, according to officials.
No further information is available at this time.