February 8th – On the evening of the 6th, local time, a policeman in Philadelphia, United States, rushed directly into a resident’s house, injuring two people. At present, the policeman has been arrested.
According to ABC on the 7th, the Philadelphia Police Department said in a statement that the officer was 27-year-old Gregory Campbell, who had left work at the time of the incident.
While driving in a residential area south of Philadelphia, Campbell suddenly lost control of his car and rushed into a house, causing a 53-year-old woman and her 45-old husband to be hit.
Police said that the woman was crushed under the car and finally rescued by firefighters. She lost consciousness when she was taken to the hospital and was critically injured on the 7th.
The woman’s husband was injured in her arms, hands, hips and legs, and is currently receiving treatment in the hospital. In addition, two dogs they kept were also hit, one of which was dead.
Danielle Otlow of the Philadelphia Police Department issued a statement saying: “The cost of drunk driving is huge and often changes your life. A family should always feel safe at home, but it is broken by this person’s behavior.
Campbell, who also suffered a head injury in a car accident, was arrested after being taken to the hospital on suspicion of drunk driving and malignant injuries, police said.