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Police dog heads to surgery after being injured in crash during car chase

Kaylee Greenlee, DCNF

A police dog is scheduled for surgery after it sustained injuries during a weekend chase turned car crash in Gaffney, South Carolina, the Associated Press reported Monday.

The Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Loki and his handler were injured during the incident after state troopers participated in a short car chase Sunday morning, according to the AP.

Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office deputies located the vehicle and a patrol car hit a utility pole and flipped over at an intersection in Gaffney, the AP reported.

Loki was taken to an emergency veterinary clinic where doctors discovered his injuries were serious enough to schedule an operation for Monday, the AP reported.

Deputy Sardarius Henderson suffered minor injuries and was treated, Sheriff Steve Mueller said in a statement, according to the AP.

The Cherokee County communication division did not respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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