2 officers injured in Atlantic City crash
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Two Atlantic City police officers responding to an accident call early Saturday were injured when their cruiser struck a concrete median.
But officials say the injuries are not considered life-threatening.
Robert Dodson and John Smith were in the vehicle, which spun out after it struck the median just before 9 a.m. while entering the Atlantic City Expressway Connector.
It was not immediately known which officer was driving the vehicle.
Sgt. Monica McMenamin, a police spokeswoman, said both officers sustained neck and back injuries and were being treated at AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center's City Campus. But further details were not disclosed.
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