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It happened again.

“Pokemon Go” has caused another car crash, and for at least the second reported time, it involved a police car.

Police in Baltimore were standing alongside the road when a Toyota RAV4 slammed into the side of a parked cruiser.

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The entire incident was all caught on the officer’s body camera, which was posted to the department’s Facebook page with the warning about distracted driving: “#PokemonGo is not all fun and games.”

No one was injured in the crash, although the driver’s pride was probably a little hurt.

“That’s what I get for playing this dumb a** game,” the driver told police.

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This is at least the fourth reported accident involving the popular augmented reality game, where users have to try to catch all 151 Pokemon.

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Earlier this month, two police officers were injured when a car slammed into their cruiser. The car was driving strangely in reverse through a parking lot when it hit the parked car.

The driver immediately got out of the car and said, “I’m sorry, I was playing ‘Pokemon Go.’”

For parents concerned about their teens playing it while driving, a Baton Rouge company has created a device that will prevent cell phone use while driving.