Motorcycle Officer Seriously Injured in Crash on Interstate 8 Near Main Street

Motorcycle Side-Swiped by Camaro in El Cajon Accident

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El Cajon, CA (June 27, 2019) – A CHP motorcycle officer was seriously injured in a crash in El Cajon. The accident occurred on the evening of June 27 on Interstate 8.

The officer was merging from the shoulder to the left lane when he was side-swiped by a Chevy Camaro on westbound Interstate 8 near Main Street. The driver of the Camaro, Richard Chambers, 25, from El Cajon, exited the freeway at West Main Street.

Police pulled him over and arrested him for DUI. There was a 41-year-old female passenger in the Camaro. Neither were injured. The 44-year-old police officer was taken to a local hospital with moderate to major injuries. 

Nadrich & Cohen is an active donor and supporter of several local MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) chapters throughout California.

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