Police in Lebanon have released cruiser cam video of one of their cruisers that was struck by another vehicle while responding to an emergency call.

Lebanon patrolman faces trial over citation for hitting motor home in intersection

Officer Dan Fry, 37, will face a trial brought by a special prosecutor and decided by a special judge in Lebanon Municipal Court.

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Judge William Wolff, retired from Montgomery County Common Pleas Court, has been appointed to replace the local judge, Mark Bogan. Mark Webb, a Springboro-based lawyer who specializes in criminal defense and family law, was appointed as the prosecutor.

Charles M. Rittgers, a veteran lawyer, is representing Fry.

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The trial is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 23.

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