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« Reply #30 on: August 25, 2019, 07:32:43 AM »
REST IN PEACE TO OUR BROTHER IN BLUE...  nydailynews.com
Off-duty NYPD cop dies after suffering medical episode while driving in the Bronx
Thomas Tracy
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An off-duty NYPD officer died early Saturday after he suffered a medical episode while driving in the Bronx and crashed into a tree, police said.

Officer Shane Sullivan, 27, had just finished his shift at the 43rd Precinct and was driving his Chevrolet down Sedgwick Ave. near Hillman Ave. near the Jerome Park Reservoir in Kingsbridge Heights just after midnight when he fell unconscious, possibly from a heart attack, authorities and sources said.


The Chevrolet veered off the road and struck a nearby tree. Medics rushed the officer to North Central Bronx Hospital where he died.

The young officer had been with the NYPD for three years, police said.

“Our hearts are truly heavy today as we mourn the loss of Police Officer Shane Sullivan," the 43rd Precinct tweeted Saturday evening. “'Sully' was a young, kind, and humble Officer who will be missed by all who knew him. We also keep his family and friends in our prayers during this difficult time. #FidelisAdMortem."

The city medical examiner will determine his exact cause of death.

 ONLY 27 years old. A young member of the NYPD with THREE Years of serving the City of New York.

 THANK YOU Officer Sullivan and during your short lifetime, you have served and protected thousands who depended on you to keep them safe.

 Although taken from us much too soon, YOU Served Your Purpose In Life Well.

 Our sincere condolences to your family and friends, and to the members of the NYPD.

 May You Rest In Peace

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Re: NYPD.
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Offline memory master

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« Reply #31 on: August 25, 2019, 11:30:04 AM »
Rest in peace Sir and God Bless You and your family.