Second time this week cruiser Kansas Highway Patrol hit

Officers were not seriously injured in the two crashes, Move Over Law has been in place for over a decade in Kansas
KHP patrol car

The soldier was initially trapped inside the cruiser and fire crews must use the ancient Hurst Tool known as Jaws of Life.

KHP Trooper patrol car

The soldier was able to return home with his family on Saturday evening. All images courtesy of Kansas Highway Patrol.

SHAWNEE COUNTY, Kan. “It was the 2nd Trooper that was hit on the side of a Kansas highway in less than a week.

Master Trooper White had just finished assisting a motorist who had stopped on the shoulder of the Kansas Turnpike, just south of Topeka. His vehicle was hit by a utility vehicle which did not move for him and he was initially trapped inside his vehicle.—KHP

The officer was taken to hospital, but officials said the officer will be fine. He was able to return home with his family on Saturday evening.

EARLIER THIS WEEK 👉🏽 Commercial vehicle inspection, Kansas Patrol Trooper slammed down the highway

“Only 3 feet separates us from traffic,” KHP says in a press release, “keeping first responders safe is the front line in keeping our highways safe.”

KHP Trooper has struck.

This Trooper was hit while performing a commercial vehicle inspection on I-70 earlier this week.


Fire crews use the Hurst Tool to extract the soldier from the vehicle. Formerly known as Jaws of Life.

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