BEND, Ore. (AP) — Two deputies with the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office were cited for causing vehicle crashes while responding to emergency calls.

The incidents in November and January were investigated by Bend Police, which cited deputies Kiersten Ochsner and Clint Baltzor Monday for illegal operation of an emergency vehicle, The Bulletin reported.

Police found that speed was the primary cause in each crash. Ochsner was going 92 mph in the moments just before her vehicle collision, according to a Bend Police report obtained by The Bulletin. Both investigations used speed data found in reports from the air-bag control module in each deputy’s vehicle.

Sheriff’s Office Sgt. William Bailey said after the second incident, the office added additional classroom sessions and material to its emergency vehicle operations course for patrol deputies.

In addition, a patrol lieutenant addressed all patrol deputies about safely using emergency vehicles and their responsibility of public safety to the community, Bailey said.