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Green Bay police officer writing a ticket escapes serious injury when passing car crashes into his motorcycle

Eco-friendly BAY – Sgt. Sean Hamill of the Eco-friendly Bay Law enforcement Department’s Motorbike Device failed to get a terrific glimpse at the car that pretty much flattened him April 19. He was way too hectic diving out of the way.

Hamill spoke about his experience Tuesday to really encourage motorists to practice secure driving patterns this spring, at a time of yr when the numbers of drivers on the highway improves as men and women head out in research of warm-weather conditions enjoyable.

“Do not get so targeted on looking at your GPS or your telephone” that you forget there are other hazards on the roadways, Hamill mentioned.

Hamill experienced taken his division-issued motorbike out last week to enforce Wisconsin’s seat belt law. He was among the a quantity of officers on Green Bay-region roads undertaking seat belt enforcement — a method known as Click It or Ticket mainly because officers hope acquiring a ticket will remind drivers to “simply click it,” or buckle their seat belts.

A Green Bay police officer's motorcycle that was rear-ended by a hit-and-run driver. The police officer sustained minor injuries April 19.

A Inexperienced Bay police officer’s motorcycle that was rear-ended by a hit-and-run driver. The police officer sustained minimal injuries April 19.

He was below a bridge that carries Interstate 41 targeted traffic in excess of a area street just west of the town, getting into info into a transportable personal computer when his reminder about staying knowledgeable of hazards in visitors arrived. Someone driving a passing car or truck knocked around the motorcycle, narrowly missed the sedan that Hamill experienced pulled around, and left the scene.

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Hamill suffered insignificant accidents though diving away from the oncoming vehicle — on to concrete — but acknowledged Tuesday “it could have been a entire large amount even worse.” He’s again in uniform and was on duty Tuesday.

The driver who crashed into Hamill’s bike was ticketed on expenses of strike and run resulting in injury, inattentive driving and working without having a legitimate license. An individual, likely the driver Hamill experienced stopped, obtained the license plate selection police uncovered the driver “a brief time later on,” Capt. Ben Allen claimed in an email.

Make contact with Doug Schneider at (920) 431-8333, or [email protected] Observe him on Twitter at @PGDougSchneider.

This short article originally appeared on Green Bay Push-Gazette: Driver operates in excess of Eco-friendly Bay law enforcement motorbike as officer challenges ticket