A Kansas City police sergeant is expected to be released from the hospital Wednesday after suffering minor injuries when a driver T-boned her patrol car earlier in the morning.
The Kansas City Police Department tweeted out a photo of the damaged car, saying it was hit by a suspected drunk driver who allegedly ran a stop sign.
The crash happened about 3:20 a.m. at 57th Street and Troost Avenue.
The officer was headed north on Troost when the driver allegedly ran a stop sign and collided with the squad car.
Police are investigating whether the driver was under the influence, according to media reports.