A Crook County Sheriffs Deputy was responding to a call for medical aid when he failed to negotiate a corner and over corrected twice, causing his patrol car to roll, but it landed on its wheels partially blocking the northbound lane of Highway 27.
Sgt. Travis Jurgens with the Crook County Sheriff’s Office reports the deputy, Adam Neider, was on Highway 27 about 22 miles south of Prineville when the accident occurred around 5:40 Friday night.
He was examined at the scene by Crook County Fire and Rescue, but he was uninjured. He was wearing a seatbelt at the time.
Oregon State Police conducted the investigation; no citations were issued.