Two Calgary police officers were taken to hospital Thursday after their vehicle collided with two others in a southeast intersection.
Police said the officers were responding to a panic alarm when crash occurred at the intersection of Southland Drive and Bonaventure Drive S.E.
Both officers were taken to hospital, one with minor injuries and the other as a precaution. One driver from the other vehicle was taken to hospital as a precaution.
The traffic section will be investigating to determine how the crash happened, police said.
The collision is the second time a police vehicle has been involved in a crash in less than a week.
On Friday afternoon, a police vehicle crashed into another vehicle at the intersection of Heritage Drive and Elbow Drive S.W.
The officer was responding to a panic alarm. Two adults and one child from the other vehicle were taken to hospital as a precaution. The police officer wasn't injured.
Anyone with information about either collision is asked to contact the Calgary police traffic section at 403-567-4000 or Crime Stoppers anonymously.
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