LR Police Chief Involved in Fender Bender, No Injuries Reported

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - No one was reported injured after a police report shows Little Rock Police Chief Kenton Buckner caused a fender bender with another car.
The accident happened on W. Markham St., near the intersection of S. Spring St., around 5:40 p.m. on March 3. 
The report states that a man was driving east on W. Markham St. when a woman walking a dog began to cross the street. The driver said he stepped on the brakes to avoid hitting the woman and, as he stopped, he was rear ended by a Little Rock Police Department vehicle, a Chevy Tahoe, driven by Chief Buckner. 
Chief Buckner corroborated the story. He said that he began to brake when he saw the man in front of him braking, but he could not stop in time.
The report states that Chief Buckner was not issued a citation for the accident.  

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