Officer Steve Smith was seriously injured byan illegal alien /Lying /Crappy Driving/ Mexican / named Ezequiel Quevedo ,Truck Driver in Salem( occupied territory Of Mexico)
it is important that A Mexican Driver harmed a police officer, due to his crappy driving In Salem. He was seriously injured and this Mexican is what Obama wants to have on our freeways. No to amnesty. Deport all Illegals . The Wetback got off with a ticket under a thousand dollars ,while the Officer has injuries and you pay for all this accident. I am really tired of Mexicans being treated as though they were children and let off the hook every step of the way.
Salem Police Officer Injured in Crash With Lying Mexican Scum Semi Truck-Photos Attached
Salem Police Dept. – 03/26/09
Attached are photos of the crash scene involving Officer Steve Smith as well as a picture of Officer Smith and his canine, Jett.
A Salem Police Canine Officer sustained serious but non-life-threatening injuries in a collision with a semi truck at about 5:15 am this morning.
Officer Steve Smith was driving southbound in the left lane of Commercial St SE near Owens St SE when his vehicle was struck by the semi truck. It appears as though the semi truck was also southbound on Commercial St either in the right or center lane and was attempting to make a wide left (east) turn onto Owens St when the front of the truck impacted with the side of the patrol car.
The incident was called in by another motorist, as Officer Smith’s injuries prevented him from doing so. Officer Smith, who is 38 years old and is a fifteen year veteran of the Salem Police Department, was transported to Salem Hospital where he was admitted with non-life threatening injuries. Officer Smith’s canine, Jett, was not injured. The driver of the semi, 50-year old Ezequiel Quevedo of California, was not injured and is being cited for Improper Turn At A Stop Light with a bail of $320 and Falsifying a Log Book with a bail of $367.
The incident is being investigated by the Salem Police Department Traffic Control Unit and the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Photos of the scene will be available later and will be sent out at that time.