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Source: WCTI-TV 12
October 04, 2013
Update: Officer Hardin is no longer in induced Coma and is alert and talking.
Prayers for the officer.
The Chief and all others involved in allowing this tragedy to happen need to take full responsibility for this "accident" which is not an accident, but carelessness and complacency that has an officer now fighting for his life...
Prayers to all involved.
My prayers for the Officer and all involved.
Prayers for all involved!
New news is that he was placed into a medically induced coma, prayers indeed.
Prayers to the officer and both his family and brother officers.
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