Officer Injured When Squad Car Struck

A Kenosha Police officer was injured Sunday morning when his squad car was struck by a driver who ran a stop sign. According to Kenosha Police, the officer was T-boned by a van at the stop sign at 63rd Street and 14th Avenue.  The vehicle struck the driver’s side of the squad car, causing serious damage and airbags to deploy. The officer was taken to a hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. According to police, the van driver was driving without a valid license and had an active warrant for his arrest from Racine County. No additional information was available on Sunday. Police said the Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating the crash.

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