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Baltimore police car collides with vehicle while responding to bank robbery, officials say

A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets.
A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets. (Kevin Richardson)

A Baltimore police car Monday collided with another vehicle while responding to a reported bank robbery at the University of Maryland Medical Center campus.

Officers received a report of a bank robbery in the unit block of S. Greene St. around 1:16 p.m. Monday, according to police spokesman detective Donny Moses. On the way to the scene, a police cruiser collided with a civilian vehicle, causing the latter to flip onto a light rail track.

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No serious injuries were reported in the incident, Moses said.

A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets.
A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets. (Kevin Richardson)
A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets.
A Baltimore police officer responding to a reported bank robbery collided with another car on Monday Aug. 19 near the intersection of Fayette and North Howard streets. (Kevin Richardson)
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