Boy hurt in 999 call crash

A 12-year-old boy and a man have been taken to hospital after a crash involving a police car on its way to a 999 call in Nottingham.

999 call crash update

A 12-year-old boy spent the night in hospital after being involved in a crash with a police car responding to a 999 call in Nottingham on Sunday afternoon.

The crash happened on Broxtowe Lane at around 14:00. A man was discharged from hospital earlier and the male police driver was not injured.

Investigation underway after police car crash

Speaking after this afternoon's crash, Nottinghamshire Police issued this statement.

"A police vehicle responding to an emergency call has been in a collision with another vehicle in Nottingham this afternoon.

"A man and a boy have been taken to hospital. The male police officer was uninjured.

"An investigation has begun and is on-going."

– Nottinghamshire Police

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Police car crash injures boy in Nottingham

The crash happened on Broxtowe Lane in Aspley Credit: ITV Central

The crash between a Police car and a Peugeot 206 happened on Broxtowe Lane in Aslpey in Nottingham at around 14:00 this afternoon (March 31).

A 12-year-old boy and a man have been taken to hospital.

The police officer was responding to a 999 call, and was not injured in the collision.

Boy and man in hospital after crash involving a police car

A 12-year-old boy and a man have been taken to hospital after a crash involving a police car on its way to a 999 call in Nottingham.

Nottinghamshire Police say one of its vehicles was involved in a crash with a Peugeot 206 at around 2pm on Easter Sunday.

The boy is being kept in hospital overnight for observation, while the male driver, who was admitted with minor injuries has been discharged.

The policeman was not injured in the crash which happened in Broxtowe Lane.