Texas Constable Collapses After Guarding Burned Homes
September 11, 2011
Travis County Constable Cpl. Kevin Aigner died after guarding homes damaged in the Steiner Ranch wildfire.
Cpl. Aigner, 38, began having trouble breathing late Saturday and was rushed to Seton Medical Center, where he expired. The officer was known as someone who helped people who were new to law enforcement.
He leaves behind a wife, two daughters, and two sons.
Source: Austin-American Statesman.
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Long Gun @ 9/13/2011 3:13 AM
My condolences to the family and the agency. I wonder if it was related to smoke or toxins? Or heart and lung troubles unrelated? No matter, it is a tragedy either way. Godspeed Cpl. Aigner.
Jeff @ 9/25/2011 5:15 AM
constable from Pa. my God crattle Kevin in the palm of his hand as he takes him home and may God look apon his family and grant them peace and the knowing that we will all be reunited in heaven and may God comfort his family at this time Amen
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