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Cops who raced to terror incident under investigation despite woman who they crashed into cops being high on drugs

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

The two armed officers who were bravely responding to the terror incident have been placed on restricted duties and could face dismissal despite.

There is another shocking twist in the story of the two cops who are now under investigation for the way in which they responded to a terror incident in London.

Despite there being an active terror incident the officer are facing investigation because the car they were travelling within crashed while on it’s way to the incident.

But now it has emerged that the driver of the car a 22-year-old woman was among six hurt when the unmarked BMW collided with her and a van was high on drugs.

It has been widely reported that it is understood her saliva swab has tested positive for cannabis.

Despite this, the two armed officers are still under investigation for alleged dangerous driving and have been placed on restricted duties and could face being sacked if they are found guilty.

They had been bravely responding to Streatham High Road, South London, where Sudesh Amman, 20 stabbed two people before he was shot dead by police.

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