Monday, October 08, 2012

Trooper Killed In Line Of Duty
A 27 year old Virginia State Trooper has been killed while directing traffic at the Virginia State Fair. Trooper Andrew Fox was from Tazewell County. Fox was wearing a traffic safety vest when he was struck. So far no charges have been filed in the incident. State Police Superintendent, Colonel Steven Flaherty calls Fox highly regarded, and his death a tremendous loss. Fox is the 58th state trooper killed in the line of duty in their 80 year history. (jb)

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