DAILYKENN.com -- Officer Ron Caffee, 54, suffered a severe brain injury during a traffic stop in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
Reports say Caffee had stopped a man driving a all-terrain vehicle (ATV) after numerous complaints about reckless driving. Caffee's injuries resulted from being dragged by the vehicle.
An Elizabethtown police officer suffered a fractured skull after being dragged by a fleeing all-terrain vehicle during a traffic stop.
The Elizabethtown Police Department says in a news release that 54-year-old officer Ron Caffee is in stable condition following the Saturday night incident.
Authorities say 34-year-old ATV driver Alex Dowell fled a traffic stop after police received a call about reckless driving. Dowell had two outstanding warrants for his arrest. Caffee, who tried to grab Dowell, was dragged several feet, struck his head on the pavement and suffered two brain bleeds.
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