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Police officer seriously injured after being run over by suspected car thief in Birmingham

Independent Saturday, 10 August 2019
A police officer has been seriously injured after being run over by a suspected car thief in Birmingham.
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News video: Police officer run over by suspected car thief could face 'life changing' injuries

Police officer run over by suspected car thief could face 'life changing' injuries 01:02

A police officer who suffered serious injuries when he was run over by a suspected car thief will return to the operating theatre later on Sunday, West Midlands Police said. The traffic officer also had surgery on Saturday evening, and his condition is not life-threatening, the force said, adding:...

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