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Police SUV hit in 4-vehicle crash


A four-vehicle crash in Pismo Beach involved a police vehicle. The accident on the morning of April 3 on southbound Highway 101 south of Spyglass Drive. A Honda sedan rear-ended a Grover Beach police SUV. This caused a chain reaction with the police vehicle then hitting two cars in front of it.

After hitting the police SUV, the Honda left the roadway and hit a speed limit sign before coming to a rest. The vehicles involved suffered significant damage, but those involved suffered only minor injuries.

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