3 police vehicles crash on route to panic alarm

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Brandon police cars racing to a residential panic alarm were involved in a crash on Friday night.

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Brandon police cars racing to a residential panic alarm were involved in a crash on Friday night.

The incident involved three vehicles, police say, which happened around 9 p.m. on Friday at the intersection of Sixth Street and McTavish Avenue.

No injuries were reported, and as per policy, there will be a review of the incident.

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