LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) - A La Crosse Police officer suffered neck injuries when the vehicle he was driving was hit by another vehicle that ran a red light Wednesday night.
The Wisconsin State Patrol, asked to handle the investigation of the crash, released information on the crash on Thursday.
At around 9:50 p.m., Officer Tyler Pond was headed through the intersection of Rose and Monitor Streets in La Crosse when the unmarked SUV he was driving was hit by a northbound vehicle that didn't stop at a red light. That vehicle was driven by 63-year-old Mark Wienkes of Sparta.
Officer Pond was treated and later released with a neck injury suffered when the Wienkes' vehicle hit Pond's.
Wienkes was ticketed by the State Patrol for failing to stop at the red light.
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