Officer, Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Brian Feldman discussed on Total Information AM

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Coming up at seven ten an off-duty Saint Louis city. Police officer was shot and killed early this morning. We go to KOMO Xs Brian Feldman live in the news room. For the latest Debbie police chief John Hayden says twenty four year old female officer died from an accidental shooting that happened around one o'clock this morning in south Saint Louis. Chief aide says to male officers went to the home at the seven hundred block of Dover. That's when the female officer stopped by and the shooting happened. Hayden did not say which officer fired the shot, nor did he release the circumstances for even firing the weapon police union business manager, Geoff roared or released a statement this morning, quote, the Saint Louis metropolitan police department and the Saint Louis police officers association lost one of our own early this morning and a tragic incident that is still under investigation. We know the press and the public want to understand what happened. So do we. But for now, we wait we wonder, and we weep we ask that the media and the public respect the privacy of this young officers family, friends and co workers as they mourn. The motto of the national law enforcement memorial is quote, it is not how these officers died that made them heroes. It is how they lived. That's what we should focus on right now. How this officer lived? She served her community and her nation with dignity and courage, both as a police officer. And as a member of the military that is how she lived as a hero. And for that. That is all anybody needs to know and quote reporting live, Brian Feldman. Newsradio eleven twenty kmox. News time seven ten. Let's check the roadways and the forecast we start with Roger brand in the steeple.

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