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Green Bay officer’s motorcycle rammed by hit-and-run driver, police say

Green BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – Police say a Eco-friendly Bay officer “narrowly skipped tragedy” when his motorbike was strike by a auto.

Sgt. Sean Hamill, who was on bike patrol, endured small injuries.

It took place April 19. The officer was conducting a site visitors prevent and was getting into knowledge on a mobile terminal attached to the motorcycle. Video clip displays a driver crash into the motorcycle.

“Thankfully, the officer was standing future to the bike when this transpired, sustaining minimal injuries,” police say.

The driver fled the scene and was situated a brief time afterwards. The driver, who was not discovered, was charged with Hit and Run – Injuries, inattentive driving, and working without a valid license.

“Green Bay Law enforcement are urging motorists to keep centered though driving, primarily with motorcycles, bicycles and pedestrians getting again on the road. We are thankful that the officer standing future to the bike was capable to wander absent from this incident, make sure you pay back notice when driving so you can arrive at your vacation spot securely,” police say.

Sgt. Sean Hamill, who was on bike patrol, endured insignificant injuries.

The driver fled the scene and was located a brief time later on.

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