Police officer injured in Carmel Valley

A San Diego police officer suffered a head injury when he took a fall in a Carmel Valley-area neighborhood Wednesday afternoon.

The accident in the 12700 block of Carmel Country Road was reported about 1:30 p.m., SDPD Detective Gary Hassen said.

Medics took the officer, who was bleeding from the back of his head, to Scripps Memorial Hospital La Jolla. His condition was not immediately available.

It was unclear what the officer was doing at the time of the mishap, according to Hassen.

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