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Jersey City Officer Marc DiNardo Remains on Life Support, Police Say

July 21, 2009  | 

A police spokesman said this morning a wounded Jersey City police officer remains on life support.

Authorities on Monday said Officer Marc DiNardo's condition deteriorated and his demise was imminent. Lt. Edgar Martinez said the 37-year-old is still in critical condition at Jersey City Medical Center.

DiNardo was shot in the face with a shotgun blast as he and other officers tried to storm an apartment on July 16. Four other officers were wounded.

Read Full AP Story at NJ.com

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