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Maine deputy rolls over his cruiser while responding to domestic assault call

York County Sheriff's Office | BDN
York County Sheriff's Office | BDN
Deputy Tom Searway crashed his patrol car on Quarry Road in Limerick late Saturday afternoon while responding to a domestic assault call, the York County Sheriff's Office says.
By Christopher Burns, BDN Staff
Updated:

A York County deputy crash his patrol car late Saturday afternoon when he was responding to a domestic assault call, the sheriff’s office said.

Deputy Tom Searway rolled over his patrol car around 4:30 p.m. on Quarry Road in Limerick while responding to a reported active domestic assault, York County Sheriff William King said in an email late Saturday night.

Searway was not injured in the crash, King said.

The sheriff said the Maine State Police are investigating the crash.

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