August 21st, around 2:30 AM, a Cedar Rapids Police Car (#84)
was found flipped upside down at the bottom of the hill of 34TH ST at the intersection of 34TH ST and Bever AVE SE. No other cars were involved in the accident. No information on what happened. Wreckless driving? Chasing someone too fast? who knows.

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Anonymous52240 says ... on Tuesday, Aug 30 at 9:40 PM

Friend you are brave I would not film police officer car like that, they could taze you... OR WORSE!!!! With the patriot act you could now be labeled a domestic terrorist!!!

S.O. says ... on Monday, Aug 29 at 3:07 PM

The "story" is that Officer Wery was in pursuit when he came over the hill of 34th and had to swerve to "avoid hitting a car that was stopped at the bottom." Wery was heading to Mt Vernon Rd. before the incident happened.

Dm says ... on Monday, Aug 22 at 3:02 PM

It wouldn't be "wreckless" driving as the officer had a wreck. He might have been a little reckless, though...

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