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Posted on: October 8, 2018

Off-Duty Fishers Police Officer Injured in Weekend Crash

Fishers Police

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October 8, 2018


            (Fishers, Indiana) -  Fishers police officers are keeping watch over a fellow officer injured in an off-duty motor vehicle crash over the weekend.


Fishers Police Officer Binh Dennis and his wife, Mary, were injured shortly before noon on Saturday morning when their 2016 Harley Davidson motorcycle left the roadway and struck a tree along State Road 135 in Brown County (IN). Medical personnel and The Brown County Sheriff’s Department responded.


Paramedics transported Mary to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Binh was air lifted to an Indianapolis Hospital for potential life threatening injuries. Mary has since been released from the hospital. Binh remains in critical condition and his long term prognosis is unknown. According to Binh’s medical team the next few days are critical as they continue to closely monitor his condition.


Fishers police ask that the community continue to keep Binh and his family in your thoughts and prayers. The outpouring of support has been greatly appreciated.


 MEDIA PERSONNEL- At the time of this release the crash remains an active investigation. For information regarding the investigation please contact the Brown County Sheriff’s Department.

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