Video from Ajay Jaafar as a police boat from the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, DC hit two boats docked at Georgetown’s Washington Harbor on Saturday. Luckily no one was on the two docked boats and there were no injuries.
A District of Columbia police boat struck at least two vessels on the Potomac River near Georgetown, causing one smaller boat to partially sink.
Witnesses say a harbor patrol boat was making a U-turn Saturday evening about 7 p.m. when it struck at least two other boats docked at the Georgetown waterfront. No one was hurt in the crash.
One boat was flipped on its side and was left partially underwater along the waterfront overnight.
The U.S. Coast Guard and D.C. police responded to the scene and have launched an investigation. The investigation continues to determine what caused the crash.
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