2-car crash sends 5 to the hospital in West Chester – FOX 29 Philadelphia

Five people were hospitalized after a two-car crash in downtown West Chester. FOX 29’s Steve Keeley has the details.
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During the phony traffic stop, police say the fake officer donned a gold badge and asked for the woman’s license, registration and proof of insurance. He returned the items after a short period of time and let the woman go, according to police.
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