Edmond motorcycle officer remains in hospital another night for observation after wreck

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EDMOND, Okla. – A motorcycle officer who was injured in a wreck will remain in the hospital for another night, according to Edmond police.

The wreck happened Tuesday night near Kelly and Val Genes Rd.

Police told News 4 the officer was rear-ended by a driver “who was not paying attention.”

The driver of the vehicle did remain at the scene and was fully cooperative with police. They were cited for “careless driving.”

The officer was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, however, he will remain in the hospital Wednesday night as well for observation.

Edmond officials identified the officer at Sergeant Tim Ivy, who has been with the department since December 2004.

Authorities say he is expected to be OK.

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