TOWN OF POMPEY, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — After finishing a call in Pompey Tuesday morning, a group of Onondaga County Sheriff’s Deputies went back to their cars and noticed they were damaged.
Just after 1 a.m. Tuesday, four Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office vehicles were hit by a truck. The sheriff’s cars were parked on the side of the Oran Delphi Road between Woodard Road and Route 20.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, two of the vehicles were heavily damaged.
Deputies were parked while investigating a separate incident. They found the truck and the driver not only hit their cars, but also took out a utility pole.
Alcohol does not appear to have been a factor and no tickets have been issues at this time. No deputies were hurt, the driver had minor injuries according to deputies.
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