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After the line of duty deaths of two law enforcement officers there's a new push to rename sections of highway twenty in scheduled county after the following officers almost Carlene jobs report state trooper Thomas Hendrickson was killed in November of nineteen seventy four after being struck by a nineteen year old wrong way driver is used conducting a traffic stop near Burlington he was just thirty one years old living a wife and two young sons Alan hold grin was the first gadget county deputy to die on duty August seventh nineteen eighty one he was killed when a twenty seven year old impaired driver lost control slamming into his vehicle killing the thirty year old husband schedule can be sure of John McDermott has now launched the fallen hero project which seeks to honor those two law enforcement officers by renaming the sections of highway twenty on which they were killed senator Keith Wagner of cedar Willie supports the idea when we lose these officers it's not just that they're gone and no longer serving us but it's the whole but they've left behind in the community and the loss of their family sales is approved by the transportation commission the signage would be handled by the state DOT Carling Johnson come on