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Deputy Involved in Crash in Near Pompano Beach

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    Three people, including a Broward Sheriff's Office deputy, were injured in a deputy-involved crash near Pompano Beach. (Published Monday, Jan. 25, 2016)

    A Broward Sheriff's Office deputy was involved in a car crash early Monday morning near Pompano Beach.

    According to BSO, Sgt. Brian Miller was headed southbound on I-95 in an unmarked BSO unit when he struck a Honda Civic that was stopped in the HOV lane, just south of Copans Road around 4:10 a.m.

    Sgt. Miller, along with two adults in the other vehicle, were taken to Broward Health North hospital. Their injuries are non-life threatening.

    It is not known why the Honda, driven by 29-year-old John Lewis of Coral Springs, was stopped in the HOV lane without any warning lights activated. 

    Sgt. Miller is a 29-year veteran with BSO.

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