NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The officer driving a moving patrol car in Brooklyn that hit and seriously injured another officer has been suspended; his badge and gun were also taken, police sources tell CBS2.

The injured officer remains hospitalized and disciplinary action is pending, sources say.

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As CBS2’s Tony Aiello reported Monday night, it all happened a block from the 70th Precinct stationhouse in Kensington Monday at the intersection of Parkville Avenue and Seton Place around 8 a.m.

Investigators want to know about some initial confusion over just what happened. The incident was originally reported as an officer falling out of a vehicle that was not in motion, CBS2 reported, however video of the incident shows a much different story.

The officer is seen tumbling to the ground when the police car stops. An officer walking nearby seems stunned when he realizes what happened.

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CBS2 is told it was all some kind of horseplay that got out of hand. People who saw the video all reacted with disbelief.

“It’s shocking – I mean, I’ve never seen anything like that before,” one woman who saw the video said.

“You’d think police officers would know better than to do that,” another said.

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