*Tuesday Afternoon Update*
A College Station Police car is smashed up after an accident on Texas Avenue.
College Station Police say an officer was responding to a medical assistance call in the 2400 block of Texas Avenue Monday night when the patrol car crashed into a Honda Accord.
The Honda then collided with a white Toyota Corolla that was stopped in the eastbound lane of Holleman Drive.
The driver of the Honda suffered non-incapacitating injuries but declined medical treatment.
No one else was injured and the crash. Police say the officer did not have his lights and siren on at the time of the accident.
"He was traveling south on Texas Avenue and as he approached the intersection with Holleman Drive a vehicle turned in front, a vehicle that was turning left turned in front of him and his patrol car struck that vehicle and then that vehicle was then pushed into a third vehicle as well," said Officer Phil Dorsett of the College Station Police Department.
The College Station Police Department is continuing its own investigation into the crash.
As of now no citations have been issued in the accident.
College Station Police Department Press Release
An on-duty College Station Police Officer in a marked patrol vehicle was responding to a call for service in the 2400 block of Texas.
As the Officer was traveling southbound on Texas Ave approaching the Holleman Dr. intersection a black 2005 Honda Accord turned westbound onto Holleman Dr. from northbound Texas Ave.
This resulted in both vehicles colliding in the intersection.
The black Honda then struck a white 2009 Toyota Corolla that was stopped in the eastbound-only lane of Holleman Dr.
The driver of the black Honda received a non-incapacitating injury and refused transport to the hospital.
The driver of the white Toyota and the Officer were not injured.
Traffic in the area of the crash was diverted around the scene for several hours as the crash was being investigated.
No citations have been issued at this time, and the case remains under investigation.