City of Manassas, VA . . . Officer Munsterman is still recovering at Fairfax Hospital but hopes to be released to a Rehabilitation Facility by Monday. According to a family spokesperson, “Officer Munsterman is suffering from fractures to her ankle and pelvic area, a dislocated shoulder and a concussion along with severe bruising across her entire body.”
While she has a very long and painful road to recovery with the injuries she sustained, she is in good spirits considering what she has been through. The many flowers and balloons have been greatly appreciated, but she has requested that only Get Well cards be sent. In her words, “there are people in much worse shape than I that do not have anyone asking about them.” Officer Munsterman, her family and the doctors have requested limited visitors so she can rest and recuperate.
MCPD and the Munsterman family want to thank everyone for the many phone calls, emails, cards and general concerns. The City will continue with weekly updates via email, MCPD website and City of Manassas Facebook. Officer Munsterman requested that a single point of contact or liaison, Lt. Morbeto, be assigned from the department to keep everyone updated. Thank you and please keep Officer Munsterman in your thoughts and prayers as she
July 13, 2013 Release
At approximately 9:00 a.m. on July 13, 2013 a Manassas City Police Officer was struck by a vehicle while conducting a routine traffic stop on Rt. 28 near Phoenix Drive. The officer sustained non-life-threatening injuries. One lane on Rt. 28 northbound near Phoenix Drive will be closed for several hours for an ongoing accident investigation.