Sheepshead Bites nabbed this gnarly photo this morning of an NYPD SUV flipped over on its side on the sidewalk. "A neighbor described the scene as 'horrible' after witnessing the police officers loaded into ambulances, and said both officers looked like they were in bad condition," writes Bites. "The westbound Belt Parkway was temporarily shut down to aid in their transport to the hospital...The incident occurred around 8:45 a.m. when the civilian car ran a stop sign and clipped the police vehicle, according to a neighbor." But it turns out that nobody was seriously injured, so you don't have to feel bad about enjoying the photo.

An NYPD housing bureau sergeant and another cop were in the SUV when they were T-boned by a silver Pontiac Bonneville. The officers were trapped inside the vehicle for a half hour before the FDNY could get them out. "I ran over and tried but you couldn't open the door to get them out," Greta Miller, an NYPD crossing guard, tells the Post. Both cops were treated for minor injuries, while the Pontiac driver was issued a summonses for failure to yield. And for the rubbernecking completist, WPIX has raw video from a helicopter!