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Driver Hits Police Patrol Cars in Talbot County

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TRAPPE, Md.- Two Talbot County Sheriff's deputies are recovering from minor injuries after a driver struck their patrol car late Wednesday night.

Sgt. Steve Gadow of the Sheriff's Office said that at around 11:30 p.m., the deputies were on speed patrol near Rt. 50 and Alms House Road in Trappe when a driver sped out of control and hit both of their patrol cars.

One patrol car was facing west and the other was facing east, according to Gadow. The deputies suffered minor injuries but there were no reported injuries to the driver, whose name has not yet been released.

According to Sgt. Gadow, the driver was charged with three citations: negligent driving, reckless driving and a failure to correct vehicle speed.

The accident is under investigation.

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