A Douglas County sheriff's deputy who was injured during a traffic stop in Omaha is out of the hospital.
Deputy David Wintle was injured on Monday when a pickup truck
hit his patrol car on Interstate 80. As of Friday, Wintle is now recovering at home.
Wintle and the driver of the car he pulled over were standing on the shoulder when the truck slammed into the back of Wintle's cruiser. The patrol car then hit the Wintle.
Wintle says he was thrown into the windshield. He suffered serious knee injuries.
The driver of the pickup was also hospitalized. The driver of the vehicle that Wintle had pulled over and his police dog, who was in the cruiser, weren't seriously hurt.