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Glendale honors fallen officer with blue hydrant

Posted 9/28/21

Glendale dedicated another fire hydrant to a fallen public servant.

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Glendale honors fallen officer with blue hydrant

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Glendale dedicated another fire hydrant to a fallen public servant.

The Glendale Fire and Police Departments gathered along with the family of Sergeant Patrick Campbell at 47th Avenue and Augusta Avenue to dedicate a blue hydrant to Campbell, who died as a result of injuries he sustained after a man intentionally set out to hurt a police officer.

On Sept. 6, 1980 Campbell’s patrol vehicle was struck by a suspect fleeing from police. He went through 15 months of recovery before returning to duty. On Sept. 22, 1985 he died from complications developed from the original incident.

 

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