The accident happened around 11 p.m. on South Fraser Way and Gladwin.

Abbotsford police cruiser T-bones civilian vehicle en route to emergency call

South Fraser Way and Gladwin blocked off as police conduct investigation

An Abbotsford police cruiser T-boned another vehicle as it ran through an intersection responding to a emergency call late Friday night.

“There are minor injuries and the traffic reconstruction is on scene,” said Abbotsford Police Department media spokesperson Sgt. Judy Bird. “We’re in the middle of an investigation.”

At around 11 p.m. the cruiser was heading east on South Fraser Way when it slammed into a red SUV heading south on Gladwin en route to reports of a fight.

The intersection was blocked off as police conducted their investigation.

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