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A CHARLOTTE COUNTY SHERIFF’S CRUISER WAS INVOLVED IN AN ACCIDENT YESTERDAY.  THE FLORIDA HIGHWAY PATROL SAYS 38 YEAR OLD DEPUTY WILLIAM CASEY OF PUNTA GORDA HAD HIS EMERGENCY LIGHTS AND SIREN ACTIVATED AS HE APPROACHED U S 41 FROM OLEAN BOULEVARD JUST AFTER 5:30 YESTERDAY AFTERNOON.  CASEY STOPPED AT THE RED LIGHT AND THEN SLOWLY HEADED WEST WHEN HE WAS HIT BY A BUICK RENDEZVOUS THAT WAS DRIVEN BY 39 YEAR OLD CONNIE DAVIS OF PUNTA GORDA.  THE IMPACT SENT THE FORD POLICE INTERCEPTOR SPINNING THROUGH THE INTERSECTION, BUT IT DIDN’T HIT ANY OTHER VEHICLES.  NO ONE WAS INJURED, BUT THE CRUISER SUFFERED SOME $4000 DAMAGE.  DAVIS WAS SIGHTED BY TROOPERS FOR FAILURE TO YIELD THE RIGHT OF WAY TO AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE.