LOUISVILLE, Ky. (NBC/NBCNC) - Police in Kentucky have released video of a police cruiser crashing into a home.
The video was shot last month as a Louisville police officer responded to an emergency.
In the video, you see the officer swerve to avoid another car before he loses control and runs off the road.
The officer was going 45 mph at the time of the wreck.
The officer suffered a minor neck injury in the crash.
Meanwhile, no one inside the home was injured.
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