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Officer In Crash Is Identified

May 15, 2013

Cpl. Michael Makris, a 25-year member of the Wheeling Police Department, was driving a cruiser involved in a traffic accident Monday while en route to a report of shots fired....

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citizen6

May-20-13 12:48 PM

People on the road are retarded,I have seen people not having a clue on what to do when a police cruiser tries to pass them on the left. They are so stupid they just sit there like they can't see the lights or hear the sirens.

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Bossman011

May-16-13 3:49 PM

First cop gets the bad guy. :-)

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mikeyd

May-16-13 9:43 AM

one new cruiser on the way.

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richardwhee

May-15-13 1:34 PM

If there were two in the cruiser, then two would be injured or dead. What they, & everyone needs is common sense. Old saying, "Haste Makes Waste"

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Taurus17

May-15-13 12:04 PM

These officers drive like fools around here when they are on a call. I understand they must get there but safety of others on the road should b a priority as well. Last week I was coming off the Elm Grove Exit 5 ramp by Hardees & I heard & saw the police so I pulled as much to the right as I could (there was 1 car in front of me and more behind)the next thing I know is the cop is making his way on the right trying to squeeze by me & everyone else. The person in front of me had to pull out in traffic & I had to do the same then pull over for the cop to get by. All I know is he had plenty of room to go to the left side and get through. When I got my drivers license I was taught to pull to the right when emergency vehicles need to get by. This cop didn't know what he was doing & having 2 in the car would not have made a difference. Had this cop caused an accident Wheeling would b blaming the driver not the cop w/o common sense. He really could have cause an accide

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Bossman011

May-15-13 3:45 AM

If there were two officers to that cruiser, this wouldn't have happened. The other officer would have yelled. "LOOK OUT" and the accident would have been avoided.

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