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Fort Collins police officer injured in crash at Mulberry and Remington

The police officer and another driver were brought to the hospital. It's not clear how badly they were injured.
Credit: KUSA

FORT COLLINS, Colo. — A Fort Collins Police Services (FCPS) officer was injured in a crash at the intersection of East Mulberry Street and Remington Street on Friday evening, according to the department.

The incident occurred while the officer was responding to a report of a robbery, FCPS said. 

The officer was driving a marked 2017 Ford Explorer with the lights and sirens activated west on Mulberry Street when they collided with a 2004 Subaru station wagon traveling north on Remington Street, police said. 

Both the officer and the driver of the Subaru went to a hospital in the area for evaluation of their injuries, police said. 

FCPS said there were no passengers in either vehicle. 

Police are still investigating to determine what contributed to the collision.

Eastbound Mulberry Street from South College Avenue to Mathews Street was closed for about 5 hours while police investigated the crash, the department said in a tweet. The road reopened just after 8 p.m. Friday night.

Anyone with information, who has not already spoken to police, is asked to contact Officer Ken Koski at (970) 416-2229.

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