A Port Orchard police officer was taken to Harrison Medical Center March 14 after complaining of a sore neck following a collision of his cruiser and a 2017 Ford Expedition at the intersection of Lippert Drive and Sidney Avenue. The driver of the Expedition was cited for failing to yield the right of way to the police cruiser. Sidney was blocked off at Tremont and closed for four hours after the accident. (Robert Zollna | Kitsap Daily News)

A Port Orchard police officer was taken to Harrison Medical Center March 14 after complaining of a sore neck following a collision of his cruiser and a 2017 Ford Expedition at the intersection of Lippert Drive and Sidney Avenue. The driver of the Expedition was cited for failing to yield the right of way to the police cruiser. Sidney was blocked off at Tremont and closed for four hours after the accident. (Robert Zollna | Kitsap Daily News)

Police cruiser T-boned at Sidney-Lippert intersection

Port Orchard Police officer was taken to Harrison for a sore neck.

By Bob Smith

Kitsap News Group

Port Orchard Police officer was taken to Harrison for a sore neck.

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