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Florida sheriff ‘ s office shares violent video of deputy’s car ‘beat’

connectVideoRaw Video: Florida deputy’s car is hit while he is preparing to exit the vehicle

One of Florida’s sheriff’s department on Thursday released a surprising video of a deputy’s car get bashed in, urging drivers to stay focused when they are behind the wheel.

“Pay attention while driving!” the Orange County Sheriff’s Office said on Facebook, in addition to the video.

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What led to the crash was not entirely clear, but the video offered a glimpse into the dangers of the delegates can face “on the street,” the department said.

The deputy is shown in the video “ready to get out of his car as he struck in,” according to the sheriff’s office.

The video presented two perspectives of the action – one of the inside of the adjoint of the car and the other of the street.

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The other involved car appeared to veer out of the way before ramming into the law enforcement vehicle. The deputy could be seen getting thrown back in the passenger seat.

“He was ok” after the crash, the sheriff’s department said, closing their posts with the hashtags “#itcanwait” and “#eyesontheroad.”

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