9/16/2010The suspect, 19, was driving on Gray near Louisiana around 2:20 a.m. Thursday when he T-boned the squad car. (Chron.com)
The office was taken to Memorial Hermann Hospital with neck and back pain but no broken bones.
There were two passengers in the teen's white Chevrolet Impala, one of which also complained of back and neck pain and was rushed to the hospital.
One of the passengers told police that the driver had been running red lights after they left a nearby nightclub, police said.
The suspect was arrested on suspicion of driving drunk. A wrecker driver who was driving behind the squad car said the officer's light was green when the crash occurred.
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