Inquirer staff writer Sam Wood reports:
Two Philadelphia police officers were injured this morning when their cruiser crashed into a cement mixer truck in the city’s Port Richmond section.
The officers were near the intersection of West Moreland and Gaul Street shortly after 11 a.m. when their car skidded on an oil-slick section of road and careered out of control. No civilians were injured.
Both officers, from the highway patrol division, were taken to Temple University Hospital where they were expected to be treated and released, said a police spokeswoman.