A Derry, New Hampshire police officer is expected to recover from his injuries after being hit by a vehicle Friday morning.
Officer Kevin Davies was standing outside of his patrol vehicle at around 7:45 a.m. conducting a crash investigation on Drew Road when a car hit him, according to police. The Derry Fire Department took Davies to Parkland Medical Center with a non-life-threatening injury to his leg and other possible injuries, police confirmed.
A preliminary examination found that the driver lost control of the vehicle while on the snowy road. The car slid until it pinned the officer against the rear of his vehicle.
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According to police, the driver cooperated with the investigation.
No charges have been pressed, and the investigation is ongoing, per police.