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Texas Officer Dies from Crash Injuries

April 22, 2014  | 

A Texas officer who was critically injured in a crash last week has died from her injuries.

The Midlothian Police Department told MyFoxDFW that Officer Heather Phares passed away at about 9:45 a.m. Monday.

The accident happened Thursday afternoon on west Highway 287 in Midlothian. Officer Phares was driving home from a special assignment with the local school district and rear ended a big rig that was carrying steel.

Tags: Officer Down, Patrol Vehicle Accidents, Texas


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Arby @ 4/23/2014 5:16 AM

Prayers and sympathy to Midlothian PD, the officer's family and friends at this tragic time from your brothers and sisters in Georgia. God bless you all.

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