Sunday: Man Injured In Collision With Watertown Police Car

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A Watertown man had to be extricated from his car and flown to Syracuse after colliding with a city police car early Sunday morning.

Timothy Greenfield, 44, was in good condition at a Syracuse hospital Monday morning.

According to the police report, Greenfield's car collided with a city police cruiser driven by Patrolman G.A. Cummings at 2 a.m. Police said Greenfield had the green light and the right of way, and he stopped when saw the police car, but Officer Cummings couldn't stop in time. The crash happened at the intersection of North Massey and Coffeen streets.

Officer Cummings was treated for an abrasion to his head.

According to the report, the officer had his lights and siren on. The report noted the officer was at fault. Newzjunky.com reported Cummings was responding to a report of a large fight at the time.

Read more details, hear police scanner audio at newzjunky.com.

Monday, December 22, 2014
, Watertown, NY

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