Chicago Police officers recovering from rollover crash
SUN-TIMES MEDIA November 29, 2012 4:20PM
Updated: November 29, 2012 10:00PM
One of the three Chicago police officers injured in a crash in the South Shore community Wednesday remained hospitalized Thursday and might need surgery on a broken arm, police said.
Of the other two officers injured, one was to be released Thursday from Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and the other was released from Stroger Hospital on Wednesday and was resting at home.
About 11:20 a.m. Wednesday, the three Area Central Gang Enforcement Division officers — Jameka Sherrod, 30; D’Wayne McGee, 36; and Brian McVey, 35 — were responding to a call when their unmarked car flipped over at 70th Street and South Stony Island Avenue, police said.
Two of the officers — McVey, wan 8-year veteran; and Sherrod, a seven-year officer — were taken to Northwestern, while McGee was taken to Stroger, all three initially in serious condition.
McVey might need surgery on his arm, which was found to be broken during follow-up testing, according to a statement from police.