MT. JULIET, TN – A driver and a Mt. Juliet community service officer suffered injuries while assisting another motorist along I-40 on Tuesday.
According to a report by WTVF, the incident occurred sometime before 4 p.m. near mile marker 226.
Police say the community service officer and another driver were assisting a third motorist after their vehicle had broken down when the MPD vehicle was hit.
Both the officer and driver sustained injuries deemed to be non-life-threatening. It is unclear if any charges will be filed against the at-fault driver at this time.
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