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December 8, 2005

Albany -- An Albany Police Officer suffered minor injuries in a car crash Thursday morning.

About 11 AM one of the H.E.A.T. patrol cars was rammed broadside at the intersection of Palmyra Road and Tenth Avenue.

 Officer Paul Guhl banged his head on the door in the crash, and was taken to the Hospital for treatment, and released.

55 year old Barbara Bodiford hit the H.E.A.T. car when she pulled across Palmyra Road. She was not injured.

Bodiford was charged with Failure to yield.

The H.E.A.T. patrol car was purchased through a grant from the Governor's Office of Highway Safety.

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