Georgia State Trooper Injured in Car Crash During Police Chase in I-520
AUGUSTA, GA – April 20, 2018 (wrdw.com). According to an online news report from wrdw.com, Georgia State trooper Brandon Gandy sustained injuries in an accident that occurred late at night on Thursday, April 19, 2018.*
Right before 11 p.m. on Thursday, the officer was conducting a traffic stop with a motorcyclist when the biker chose to flee the scene. Gandy engaged in a police chase on Interstate 520 as a result, and then chose to take the Wheeler Road exit. Gandy lost control of his vehicle while on the exit ramp, causing him to crash his police car. He sustained injuries to his right hand and foot in the accident, and was treated by a local hospital. The license plate on the motorcycle indicates an Aiken County address, and troopers are attempting to find the biker.
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