Police officer released from hospital after Scottsdale collision

Posted 12/17/19

A Scottsdale police officer was released from the hospital after being struck by a vehicle Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2019.

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Police officer released from hospital after Scottsdale collision


A Scottsdale police officer is expected to be okay after being struck by a vehicle.

Around 10 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18, Scottsdale police said one of their motorcycle officers was struck by a vehicle while conducting a traffic stop on northbound Loop 101 near Chaparral Road.

The officer sustained non-life threatening injuries and was taken to an area hospital. According to reports, the officer was standing after the collision prior to transport.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety is conducting the collision investigation. They did not say if the driver that struck the officer was arrested or faces charges.

In the afternoon, Scottsdale police said the officer was released from the hospital.