|Motorcycle officer hit by car in Framingham||August 2, 2012|
|Norman Miller 508-626-3823||Metrowest Daily News|
FRAMINGHAM -- A Framingham Police officer was traveling south on Concord Street around 3:45 p.m. when he was broadsided by a car, authorities said.
Officer Ken Blass was taken to the MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham to be treated for what appeared to be minor injuries, Deputy Police Chief Ken Ferguson said.
"Preliminarily, it looks like he's OK," said Ferguson. "He's doing OK. He's got a little road rash."
The cause of the accident is being investigated and Framingham Police photographers are taking photos at the scene. The motorcycle was towed from the accident scene, which occurred in front of the Dunkin' Donuts at 266 Concord St..
Police report: 1205176 20120802 Ken Blass motorcycle accident, Dunkin Donuts 1205176 15:42 ACC M/V: 266 CONCORD ST, DUNKIN DONUTS (SEE REPORT) 951: TEEL MC2: BLASS MC4: DUNCAN 953: SPAULDING 948: LOUGHMAN 961: NORTON 949: SEBASTIAN 970: LOUREIRO 969: TIBOR 950: CESAR 276: RUIZ 966: PATRIARCA CAR VS MC2.FFD DISPATCHED.SMITTY'S NOTIFIED. Count them eleven cruisers and fire trucks responded.
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