Michigan State Police trooper struck sitting in patrol SUV
A Michigan State Police trooper suffered a mild concussion after a driver lost control and crashed into his vehicle on Interstate 94.
In a series of tweets, State Police said at 12:15 p.m. Saturday the trooper was seated in the stationery patrol SUV on the shoulder at I-94 and Masonic when he was struck at the scene of a separate crash he was policing.
The at-fault driver lost control of her vehicle and slid into the patrol SUV. MSP reports that the trooper was complaining of neck pain and dizziness and was treated by EMS at the scene.
The trooper was later released from McLaren Hospital. The woman suspect agreed to a blood test for suspicion of driving under the influence of narcotics. She is being held on local warrants.