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Protected & Served ( part 11)

According to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office, William Koziarz, 66, of Michigan, was taken to an area hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries, the Tampa Bay Times reported.

Poor guy, I wonder what happened to him.

Deputies said Indian Shores Police Department Officer Natasha Hindman, 27, was driving a fully marked 2018 Ford Explorer police cruiser Friday at 6 p.m., WTSP reported.

Hindman had just begun her beach patrol and was driving slowly along the sand when the left tires of her vehicle drove over Koziarz’s hips, the Times reported.

Whoopsie!!

According to a news release from the Sheriff’s Office, Hindman stopped and immediately gave aid until paramedics arrived.

She was heroic , the chief said. ” she was the first one on scene to render aid to the injured

Investigators said neither speed nor impairment were factors in the incident, adding an investigation is ongoing, WTSP reported.

I could make a great female driver joke from this but I am way too sophisticated to take such low hanging fruit.

Top. Woman.

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1 thought on “Protected & Served ( part 11)”

  1. “Deputies said Indian Shores Police Department Officer Natasha Hindman, 27, was driving a fully marked 2018 Ford Explorer police cruiser Friday at 6 p.m., WTSP reported.”

    The cruiser was *fully marked*. What was that guy’s problem?

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