Alaska SWAT leader collides with woman in crash, then saves her life

By Alex deMarban
Anchorage Daily News

A police officer in an SUV slammed into a car driven by a teacher in East Anchorage on Tuesday, then helped save her life after she was thrown from the car.

Sgt. Chris Sims, a SWAT team leader assigned to work on gangs, was headed for training at a shooting range outside Eagle River, said Lt. Nancy Reeder, traffic-unit commander.

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