Two people were hit by vehicles Friday in Canton, Massachusetts, including one by a police officer.
The first crash happened at the intersection of Dedham Street and Washington Street, less than half a mile from the Canton Police Department.
Police rushed to the scene. One of the officers responding went through an intersection with his lights and sirens on and hit a second pedestrian, according to Canton Police Chief Ken Berkowitz.
"The party was conscious and alert. I was up there myself and witnessed it. Obviously, our prayers and thoughts are with him and his family for a full recovery," Berkowitz said of the victim's condition. "We're also grateful that our officer, although shaken up, is OK, also."
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The first pedestrian who was hit is expected to be OK.
Berkowitz spoke with Norfolk County District Attorney Michael Morrisey and the Massachusetts State Police, who will conduct an investigation.