SAPD Motorcycle Officer Injured in Crash

By KTSA News Staff

An off duty San Antonio police officer is expected to be ok after he’s knocked from his motorcycle while escorting a funeral procession.

The Officer was shutting down the on ramp from Blanco to 1604 East when he was rear-ended by a black vehicle” SAPD’s Officer Douglas Greene told KTSA News.

“The officer was knocked off of his bike. He was seen by EMS. He was communicating… it appears he’s going to be ok” Greene said.

That officer was taken to a hospital to be checked out.

The driver of the other vehicle (which struck the officer) was not injured–did not require transport to the hospital. She has been very cooperative with us” Greene said.

The investigation in to the crash continues–however, no charges are pending as a result of the accident at this time.



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