NEW YORK (CBS 2/AP) — Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was caught in a frightening three-car crash in Brooklyn Wednesday night.

The Big Apple’s top cop was being driven on the Gowanus entrance to the Belt Parkway when a chain reaction crash took place at 8 p.m.

First, a white van was cut off by a red sedan as the lanes merged. The van swerved to avoid hitting the sedan and struck a snow embankment and a road barrier.

Commissioner Kelly’s driver put on the brakes, but the SUV slid into the van and was then struck by a Lincoln Towncar.

There were lots of damaged cars but no one was hurt in the accident. Police said everyone on the scene refused medical attention.

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Comments (6)
  1. suckitup says:

    Ray Kelly, never met a BUTT he couldn’t kiss.

  2. Just sayin' says:

    So that’s what Popeye looks like.

  3. lahood says:

    Perhaps Ray’s goomah lives in Brooklyn.

    I have heard that they have some wild orgies in Brooklyn. I’m not sayin’ Ray Kelly was at an orgy, but hey, he’s in Brooklyn & they have orgies in Brooklyn … no one really knows for sure. I just don’t think you can rule it out.

  4. amazed says:

    Commissioner Kelly, what were you doing in Brooklyn? I thought your boss Chairman Doomberg forbids any of his “BOOTLICKERS” to venture outside of Manhattan.

  5. pat says:

    Where was he going to a restraunt where he can MOOCH another free meal??? Hey Ray try paying for your food this way you don’t have to put your staff in danger trying to get around in the disaster Doomberg created looking for a place that gives you all the leftovers on the arm

  6. Paul Kohloff says:

    I bet he got help real fast,
    Keep voting for people like bloomberg ,all you ass holes in NY deserve him.

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