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Holden Beach Police Officer involved in two-vehicle crash in Supply

State Highway Patrol officers are investigating a two vehicle crash Friday afternoon that sent three people to the hospital including a Holden Beach Police Officer. (Source: Captain David Robinson) State Highway Patrol officers are investigating a two vehicle crash Friday afternoon that sent three people to the hospital including a Holden Beach Police Officer. (Source: Captain David Robinson)
Officer Dixon's truck flipped several times following the crash and is considered a total loss. (Source: Captain David Robinson) Officer Dixon's truck flipped several times following the crash and is considered a total loss. (Source: Captain David Robinson)
The two occupants of the second truck were taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center with minor injuries. (Source: Captain David Robinson) The two occupants of the second truck were taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center with minor injuries. (Source: Captain David Robinson)
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WECT) -

State Highway Patrol officers are investigating a two vehicle crash Friday afternoon that sent three people to the hospital including a Holden Beach Police Officer. 

According to officials, Officer Jeremy Dixon was driving a police truck down Stone Chimney Road in Supply when another truck ran a stop sign and t-boned him near the intersection of Stanley Road.

Dixon's truck flipped several times following the crash and is considered a total loss.

Emergency crews were called to the scene shortly after 2 p.m.

Dixon was transported to Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center and has since been released.

The two occupants of the second truck were taken to New Hanover Regional Medical Center with minor injuries.

There is no word on any possible charges at this time, the State Highway Patrol is still investigating the incident.

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