Members of public thanked after coming to the aid of cops following horrific crash

Incredible members of the public came to the aid of cops who were involved in a horrific crash as they awaited emergency services to attend the scene.

Two Northamptonshire Police officers involved in a collision which wrecked their car and closed the A45 between Northampton and Wellingborough are miraculously “safe and recovering”.

The Chief Constable of Northants Police Tweeted thanking the public who helped “I wish to express my sincere thanks to those members of the public who came to the aid of my officers, following this horrific crash.

The county’s Chief Constable Nick Adderley tweeted a picture of the wreckage, adding that it’s a “miracle” they walked away from the collision.

“Thankfully, they are safe and recovering at home with their loved ones. Walking away from the below wreckage is quite frankly a miracle.”

Former Road Traffic & armed response cop Harry Tangye tweeted his support saying “Every now and then officers get involved in a big one.

“They cover millions of miles nationally at speed and have very few collisions. I’m very glad they are well.”

The collision happened on the A45 eastbound between Great Billing and Earls Barton on November 18th. The road was closed for a number of hours.

It’s incredible that these officers walked away without serious injury.