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2 Deputies Injured in Crash on Highway 12 at Melita Road


Police Vehicle Hits Guardrail in Santa Rosa Accident

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Santa Rosa, CA (January 1, 2020) – Two Sonoma County deputies were injured in a crash in Santa Rosa. The accident occurred on the evening of January 1 on Highway 12.

A police vehicle crashed into a guardrail on Highway 12 at Melita Road. Two deputies were responding to a domestic violence call at the time of the accident. Both were injured. One deputy was hospitalized with moderate injuries.

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