ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - An Albuquerque police officer was involved in a crash Friday morning.
He was investigating another accident near I-40 and 12th Street at around 9 o’clock Friday morning involving several children when someone rear ended him.
APD says the officer was stepping out of the vehicle when he was hit.
Luckily he was able to stay inside his vehicle and wasn't seriously hurt.
Paramedics checked everyone out and there were no serious injuries.
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