by Keith Cornett
An unidentified Delaware state trooper apparently suffered a medical issue while on routine patrol and his cruiser crashed into cars on display at Williams Chevrolet in Elkton, Maryland. Witnesses say the cruiser left the road and went airborne, crashing into a Supersonic Blue Corvette and two Camaros parked at the dealership.
We heard that the trooper was transported to a local hospital where he was treated for non life-threatening injuries and was later released. Video from CecilWhig.com shows the aftermath of the accident which not only totaled the cruiser, but severely damaged two new 2012 Camaro convertibles.
As far as damage to the Corvette, it’s hard to tell how much damage was done to it based on these photos, but it looks as though the passenger side took the brunt of the hit.
This accident is the second in a little over a month involving a police car hitting a Corvette. In July, a C4 Corvette convertible was hit by a Long Island deputy on a domestic violence call. via Jalopnik