A college student crashed into a cop car after trying to take a topless selfie while driving. Miranda Rader, a 19-year-old student at the Texas A&M University, rear-ended a police patrol car was she was sending topless photos to her boyfriend on Snapchat. Police said the accident happened on October 21 in Bryan, some 100 miles north of Houston, Texas. The collision was serious enough to activate the civilian car’s airbag. An arresting officer also found an open bottle of wine in the car’s cup holder. Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident, though both cars received minor damage. The officer inside the patrol car Rader hat hit found that she had an “unclasped brassiere” and was in the process of putting her on blouse. In an affidavit, the arresting officer wrote that he had asked Rader why she was not dressed, and learned that she was trying to send a Snapchat selfies while at a red light. She was reportedly returning to her residence in campus. Rader was arrested for a suspected DUI, but released on a bail bond of $2,000. It’s common for accidents like these to be much worse. If you or anyone you know is involved in a serious car accident and needs legal assistance, don’t hesitate to talk to the legal team of Barrus Injury Lawyers today. Call us at (210) 593-8709 to find out how you can get started.