MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Mobile Police confirmed a local officer was involved in a collision at the intersection of Hamilton Boulevard and Highway 90.
The names of both drivers involved have not been released and police aren't releasing much information. They do say it could have been much worse.
Corporal Chris Levy the officer was responding to a call headed west bound on Highway 90. According to witnesses, it appears he did have his lights and sirens on.
Levy said the truck was headed east and making a turn into a parking lot.
"They collided in the west bound lanes and both vehicles came to rest in this parking lot," said Levy.
The officer and the driver of the truck were transported to the hospital.
"At this point the injuries do not appear to be life threatening, but it was a pretty serious wreck," said Levy.
The police department is thankful both drivers are alive.
"It could have been much worse," said Levy.
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