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Sunday, August 28, 2011
He's got some 'splaining to do
Thank God the Deputies will be okay.
The alleged drunk driver?
Probably not very happy this morning.
Sheriff's patrol car knocked over cliff, 2 Deputies injured
By Robert Henry - NBClosangeles
A Los Angeles County sheriff's patrol car was struck from behind by a car with an alleged drunken driver at the wheel, knocked off Pacific Coast Highway and landed on a Malibu beach Saturday morning, injuring both deputies inside.
The patrol car landed upright, with its front end in the sand, and all of its doors jammed. Firefighters worked in ankle-deep water with hydraulic cutting tools to get the deputies freed from the wreckage, as the front doors were apparently jammed shut.
The deputies, 51-year-old Jeffrey Miner and 47-year-old James Millage, were taken to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, said Lt. Stephanie Shrout of the sheriff's Lost Hills station.