YORK COUNTY, Va. (WAVY) - A York County deputy's vehicle was struck Wednesday.
Lt. Dennis Ivey with the York County Sheriff's Department told WAVY.com the crash occurred just before noon and that a vehicle t-boned a deputy's vehicle and overturned.
Sgt. Michelle Anaya with the Virginia State Police told WAVY.com that the VSP was contacted by the YCSD at 11:51 a.m. to investigate the crash at the intersection of Kiln Creek Parkway and eastbound Victory Boulevard.
Anaya said the YCSD was in the middle of conducting a funeral procession at the time of the crash. The intersection was being cleared of traffic by a deputy to allow the procession to pass through when a 2011 Nissan Rogue proceeded through the intersection and hit the YCSD vehicle that was leading the procession.
The Nissan overturned because of the impact. Both the driver and the deputy received minor injuries, but were not transported to a hospital.
Anaya said the crash is still under investigation and that charges are pending while the incident is reviewed by the Commonwealth's Attorneys Office.
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