State Trooper Crashes Police Car Into Hawthorne Home

The trooper was pulled from the vehicle with the help of a good samaritan and taken to a hospital.

A New York State Trooper who was apparently driving his patrol car to a call was cut off by an SUV and careened into a tree and home in Hawthorne on Saturday evening, according to News Channel 12 Westchester

The owner and lifelong resident of the home, Robert Sarlo, 87, was in the home located at 302 Bradhurst Ave. with his sister-in-law when the crash occurred. Sarlo told Channel 12 that he heard a loud noise but did not know the origin until he realized it came from outside. 

A good samaritan helped pull the trooper from the vehicle, according to the report. The trooper apparently suffered back pain and was taken to a hospital, according to Channel 12. 

New York State Police did not provide any details on the crash. 

Town Hall Jester December 04, 2012 at 02:07 PM
The elusive SUV... or maybe it was a deer? More likely texting or using the computer. How about driver inattention or failed to use due caution? Will the trooper be issued a summons & be forced to plead his case in court? Yeah right!
Angel125 December 05, 2012 at 12:54 PM
No,Mr.Sarlo will be ticketed for having his house in the way....(o:.....we have to be silly sometimes it keeps us young.
Tony Nobaloney December 05, 2012 at 09:36 PM
Dumbass comments about the trooper from the know it alls.
Abby Normal December 05, 2012 at 10:37 PM
These losers couldn't shine that Troopers boots.
Patricia December 06, 2012 at 09:50 PM
This Trooper was on his way to help someone and crashed, now you want to give him a hard time for having an accident. Why do you find a problem with this?


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