Officers from Poland’s State Protection Service hurt as car overturns
PR dla Zagranicy
Four officers from Poland’s State Protection Service (SOP) were taken to hospital after a car in which they were travelling went out of control and turned upside down onto its roof.
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Anna Gdula-Bomba, a spokeswoman for the State Protection Service, said none of the officers was seriously injured in the incident on Sunday evening near the town of Tuchola, northern Poland. No other vehicle was involved.
"Police are determining the reasons for the car overturning,” the spokeswoman said, adding: “One of [the four] has already left hospital, and others should be discharged in the coming days.”
Gdula-Bomba said that the four worked as analysts and were not assigned to protecting VIPs.
The State Protection Service recently replaced Poland's Government Protection Bureau.