FHP trooper intentionally hit by driver

FHP trooper intentionally hit by driver

released by the Florida Highway Patrol shows a trooper getting hit from behind, shaking it off, and chasing down the fleeing suspect in her patrol car.

The crash happened in April on the Florida Turnpike in Miami-Dade County.

According to the FHP, trooper Vanessa Franceschi had just pulled over a car and as she hopped back into her own cruiser, a car slammed into the back of her car.

Investigators said the driver intentionally crashed into her car.

“That she was targeted because she is a law enforcement officer is outrageous and we must continue to support our brave heroes by letting them know malicious attacks against law enforcement will not be tolerated in our communities," said DHSMV Executive Director Terry Rhodes.

The FHP said Franceschi took off after the fleeing driver.

After a chase, Franceschi slammed into the fleeing suspect's car, using a Pursuit Intervention Technique, or PIT maneuver, to bring the car to a spinning stop. Troopers rushed the car to get the driver into handcuffs.

The FHP charged the suspect with aggravated battery on a law enforcement officer, felony fleeing and eluding and leaving the scene of a crash with injuries.

Franceschi suffered minor injuries in the crash. According to the FHP, no one else was hurt in the crash, pursuit, or takedown.



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