West Palm Beach Police Officer Hits Two Pedestrians Lying In Road Watching ‘Super Blood Moon’ Eclipse

By  //  January 22, 2019

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pedestrians suffered non-life-threatening injuries

ABOVE VIDEO: A Florida officer hit two pedestrians who were lying on a dark road Sunday while watching the “super blood Moon” eclipse, police said.

(FOX NEWS) – A Florida officer hit two pedestrians who were lying on a dark road Sunday while watching the “super blood Moon” eclipse, police said.

The West Palm Beach Police Department said it was investigating the incident and the officer has been placed on paid administrative leave, WPBF reported.

The officer was not named.

The two people who were hit were transported to the hospital and were treated for “non-life-threatening injuries,” the Palm Beach Post reported.

The incident occurred on the Apoxee Wilderness Trail when the officer was patrolling the area. The officer was driving a 2018 Ford Explorer when the vehicle struck a man and woman, both 24, who were in the road, police said.

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