Police Officer Severely Injured In A Motorcycle Accident On Evans Avenue In Naples

It was reported that an officer has been severely injured after he was involved in an accident on Evans Avenue.

The crash happened at the intersection of Evans Avenue and Park Windsor Drive. Authorities said, the police officer was on his way to a call about a person armed with gun. A Nissan Pilot in front of his motorcycle suddenly swerved, navigating a turn without any warning signal.

The officer’s motorcycle struck the driver’s side door of the truck and he was thrown off the motorcycle. Police said, the officer suffered multiple injuries including a broken leg and fractured ribs.

Report says, the injured officer was airlifted to nearby hospital as a trauma alert. The driver of the truck suffered minor injuries.

According to the police, the emergency he was riding towards ended up to be a false alarm.

Police are investigating the crash and no charges have been filed yet.

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