Police officer hit by suspected drunk driver FaceTimes chief from hospital to say ‘she will be back’

Police officer hit by suspected drunk driver FaceTimes chief from hospital to say ‘she will be back’

San Marcos Police Department.’ data-reactid=”19″>First responders rushed Cormier, who sustained severe life-threatening injuries, to Seton-Hays Hospital in Kyle, where she underwent emergency surgery, according to the San Marcos Police Department.

Sunday, the department asked for prayers for “Officer Cormier’s recovery and for her family in their time of need.”” data-reactid=”20″>In their statement issued on Sunday, the department asked for prayers for “Officer Cormier’s recovery and for her family in their time of need.”

By Monday evening, Chief Chase Stapp shared an encouraging update, announcing that Cormier had FaceTimed him to assure him that she “will be back” on the job.

Texas Department of Public Safety troopers arrested the driver of the vehicle, 58-year-old Neil Sheehan. He was charged with intoxication assault on a public servant (a second-degree felony), and failure to slow causing serious bodily harm. A warrant has been obtained for a toxicology report.

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