Orlando Shooting Victim's Funeral Procession Struck By Car Sent Two Police Officers To Hospital. TrendyVoice

19 June 2016

Orlando Shooting Victim's Funeral Procession Struck By Car Sent Two Police Officers To Hospital.




A funeral procession for a victim of the Orlando terror
attack at Pulse Nightclub last weekend has been
rocked by a car crash that's sent two Orlando police
officers to the hospital.


According to eye witnesses, a woman in a car not
involved in the funeral procession saw what she
thought was a small break in the line of cars going
down a street, and tried to hurriedly break across to
the other side.
She never saw two police officers coming up on
motorcycles, and she struck both of them, knocking
them off their bikes and causing a pretty significant
crash.
Law enforcement officials say both officers were
taken to the hospital, and each are now in stable
condition.
Pics at the scene told the story (below):


BREAKING: State Troopers say impatient driver
just cut through funeral procession for
#PulseShooting victim, injuring two deputies
#wftv
— Daralene Jones (@DJonesWFTV) June 18, 2016


On the way to #OsceolaCounty to find out more
about deputies hit by impatient driver during
#PulseShooting funeral procession. #WFTV
— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016

.@OsceolaSheriff tells me the extent of deputies'
injuries is unknown. Both are at hospital now.
#WFTV #PulseShooting
— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016

The funeral procession deputies were protecting
was for #PulseShooting victim Jean Carlos
Mendez Perez. #WFTV
— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016

Driver of car saw gap in line and tried to cross.
Deputies collided w/car when it unexpectedly
crossed intersection. pic.twitter.com/
MWVy82POd9

— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016

Scene of crash. Deputies were on motorcycles
attempting to block intersection for
#PulseShooting funeral procession.
pic.twitter.com/4Bk6gJuJFZ
— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016

Several blocks of Donegan closed around Central
Ave intersection in Kissimmee. #WFTV
pic.twitter.com/FK8tP98DFV
— Field Sutton (@FSuttonWFTV) June 18, 2016


Unbelievable.
As expected, the woman will be charged with a crime
by police.


It's been a tough week for Orlando.




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