Dashcam shows drunk driving running a red light as a Maine police cruiser crashes into her
A Wells police officer was treated at the hospital for minor injuries after he crashed into a driver that police say was under the influence.
Police say Officer Dylan McNally was driving east on Route 109 just after 7 p.m. Tuesday when a vehicle coming off the Maine Turnpike ran a red light in front of him. McNally, who was in his department Ford Explorer cruiser, hit the passenger side of the car, pushing it into a pickup truck and an SUV that was stopped at the red light.
The officer was treated for a wrist injury.
The driver of the truck and SUV were not hurt.
The driver of the car that police say ran the red light, Victoria Mann, 68, of Lawrence, Massachusetts, complained of hip pain but refused treatment.
Mann was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol or drugs and released on bail.