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Hialeah Police Cruiser Winds Up Underwater

What are the odds? A K-9 cop on the Hialeah Police force was on his way to an emergency call earlier today, heading northbound on Fourth Avenue, when he collided with a civilian's car heading southbound. The two vehicles ended up in a nearby canal along 36th Terrace. 
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The officer and his dog were able to get out of their car. A witness dived in to help the other driver escape. There were no serious injuries. 

CBS4 has a picture of the two sad cars floating in the murky water. 

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