Two NYPD officers injured after colliding with a lever’s car in NYC

Authorities said two NYPD officers were hurt when their patrol car collided with a live car and collided with a pole to the elevated subway track in Brooklyn Saturday morning.

Police said police were responding to reports of a shootout when they were involved in an accident at the intersection of Pennsylvania and Livonia avenues in eastern New York around 6:30 am.

A video obtained by The Post shows the NYPD vehicle speeding, flashing lights and sirens.

When the NYPD sport utility vehicle, racing on the same spot with light on and siren blaring, a fair cab during the video show was in the middle of leisurely turning around at the intersection.

The video shows the cab of the police car, and then Pilar being bounced for the elevated 3 train at the Pennsylvania Avenue stop.

The bearing left the front end of the SUV. Sources said that the two officers suffered serious injuries, two of which have broken their legs, but both are expected to survive.

One officer was taken to Brookdale Hospital and the other to Jamaica Hospital. Both suffered foot injuries and possible broken bones, and were in stable condition, the NYPD said.

Police said the driver was not hurt and no culprits were suspected, but a friend of the driver said the cabbie was “shaken” and taken to Kings County Hospital.

The friend, “Maurice”, a partner’s debtor operator, reported that the Post had been driving his pal for 30 years.

“I think he was going to make an Uber pickup. The man is a difficult man, but he is shaken, “said Maurice,” after the impact he realized that the (police) car was there … He has a dash inside the car. It is about to tell everything. Our life is an open book. We are about safety, security, safety – correcting the fault of the other person. “

Police said the NYPD did not find the gunman in the “shot fire” job on Vermont Avenue, but recovered a shell on the roof of the building, police said.

The crash is under investigation.

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