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A semi-truck in Michigan crashed into a state trooper on April 8, and the truck’s dash cam caught the incident on video.
Police said the semi-truck was on I-94 in Paw Paw, Michigan when it hit the Michigan State Police trooper’s car from behind while its emergency lights were on, according to Fox 2 Detroit.
Following the crash, the semi-truck went off the road and into the median.
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The state trooper suffered injuries that are considered non-life threatening, according to the report, and the driver of the semi-truck was arrested.
Police said it is “nothing short of a miracle” that the officer survived the incident.
The Michigan State Police said on Twitter that this shows the purpose of the state’s “Move Over Law.”
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“Some may ask what’s the big deal about the ‘Move Over Law’… the state law designed to protect emergency vehicles/responders. This video sums it up in 10 seconds. Yes, the Paw Paw trooper survived but it was nothing short of a miracle! #MoveOver,” the Michigan State Police tweeted.