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N.Y. officer injured in head-on crash

The Democrat and Chronicle

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Rochester Police officers today are investigating a head-on crash that injured an on-duty officer just before midnight.

Officer Andrew Klein was driving a patrol vehicle east on Magnolia Street, when another vehicle crashed into the moving patrol car at the corner of Magnolia and Seward streets at 11:55 p.m., said acting Capt. Tony McMullen. He said it appeared that Ray Knight Jr., 48, of Rochester, was driving south on Seward and was traveling at an excessive speed when he failed to negotiate a turn and turned into oncoming traffic on Magnolia and into the patrol vehicle.

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