Scott County Sheriff's Deputy Injured In High Speed Chase

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 7/11/2012 11:49 pm
A Scott County Sheriff's Deputy suffered non-life threatening injuries during a high speed chase Wednesday night, according to State Police.

Investigators said it began when officers tried to pull over a suspected speeder on I-75 in Scott County.

Authorities said the driver took off and led officers on a high speed chase into Bourbon County.

State Police said the chase ended when the driver crashed into a Scott County Sheriff Deputy's cruiser.

No names have been released yet.
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eyeonyou - 7/12/2012 10:41 AM
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They should fire the Deputy from Georgetown. You don't get into a chase for that long at such speeds, they could have caused a terrible accident and injured many unwary motorist. What happened to common sense?
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