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Monday, February 17, 2014

A Niagara County Sheriff's Deputy was treated and released for a head laceration after his patrol car was stuck by another motorist on Niagara Falls Boulevard in Wheatfield.

According to a report by NCSO, the deputy involved was conducting a traffic stop around 8:30 a.m. just south of Schultz Road with all of the emergency lights activated on his patrol vehicle when a southbound vehicle drove into the rear of the stopped car, causing it to strike the vehicle that the deputy had pulled over for a traffic infraction.

The vehicle that had struck the patrol car was operated by Lorrie Wolski, 25, of Tonawanda. Wolski and the other driver were not injured in the collision. Wolski was charged with failure to use due care
for emergency vehicle stopped or standing (Move Over Law) and moving from lane unsafely.

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