June 29, 2009 - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A motorcycle officer sustained a fractured pelvis and other injuries after running into a car Sunday evening while turning left in downtown Colorado Springs. The 39-year-old officer was attempting to make a traffic stop of another motorcycle, however, he did not have his flashing lights enable. Upon impact of a Chevy Cobalt, the officer was thrown several feet. Fortunately, the officer was wearing a helmet, but still sustained several injuries and is now recovering in a local hospital.
Joseph Haymaker, 45, of Kansas was driving the Cobalt and was cited for careless driving.
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