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Woman police officer is in intensive care with ‘many broken bones’
and a male colleague is seriously hurt after a hit-and-run driver
‘deliberately reverses over them’ in Glasgow 

  • Two officers were called to the scene in the Drumchapel area last night
  • Force says a car driven at them ‘deliberately’ and two officers were injured
  • A woman officer, 30, is in intensive care and a policeman, 31, was hurt
  • A car believed to have been at the scene was later found burned out 
A policewoman has been seriously injured after she was dragged along the street beneath a car.
The ‘hit and run’ incident happened in the Drumchapel area of Glasgow last night, with the 30-year-old officer now in intensive care.
A
male colleague managed to free the officer from under the wheels of the
vehicle – believed to be a blue Nissan Qashqai – but he is also in
hospital after sustaining injuries.
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A woman police officer was seriously injured when a car was deliberately reversed into her
Scene of crime investigators were in the street where the incident took place this afternoon

Scene of crime investigators were in the street where the incident took place this afternoon
The woman suffered ‘many broken bones’ after she was dragged along the road, a source told The Daily Record.
A
police spokesman said: ‘Around 23:15 hours, two police officers were
responding to a call in Banner Drive. In conducting their enquiries at
the location, officers stopped a car to speak to the occupants when the
car reversed and struck both officers, leaving them seriously injured. 
‘Emergency services responded to the incident and both officers were taken to hospital. 
‘The
female officer, aged 30, suffered serious injuries and is currently in
ICU. The other officer, aged 31, was also seriously injured. He remains
in hospital.’

A police car, believed to belong the officers hurt, is removed from the scene today

A police car, believed to belong the officers hurt, is removed from the scene today
It is thought the injured officers had got out of their car when they were driven into

It is thought the injured officers had got out of their car when they were driven into
Detective
Inspector Ian Hylands said: ‘Our enquiries so far have revealed that a
blue Nissan Qashqai was seen at the location around the time of the
incident.
‘A
vehicle matching that description has been found badly damaged by fire
in Lennox Gardens, Scotstoun. However we have yet to confirm if that is
the same vehicle.
‘Despite the damage, forensic officers will carry out a comprehensive examination of the car. 
‘Everything
that can be done to locate the suspects is being done but I would like
to appeal to anyone who may have seen the incident last night or who has
any knowledge of the vehicle or the suspects to contact us. 
‘Two police officers, in responding to an incident to help protect the public, have been badly injured.’

A blue Nissan Qashqai (like that pictured in file photo) was later found burned out

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