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Video: Phoenix First Responders Escort Fallen Officer's Children to School

August 11, 2015  | 

VIDEO: Phoenix First Responders Escort Fallen Officer's Children to School

The children of a fallen Phoenix police officer were greeted by several first responders as they walked to school Monday, reports KSAZ.

Phoenix police officers and firefighters lined up outside Terramar Elementary School to honor Travis Murphy's kids as they walked into their first day of school. Murphy was killed in the line of duty five years ago; he left behind his wife Danielle and two children.

"They said I would never walk alone, and they would always be with us, and five years later they're still with us, so it is a nice feeling to know we are still not alone," said Danielle Murphy.

Kody was just two weeks old at the time and is now starting kindergarten. Kaylee is going into second grade.

"They said, 'Who are all these people? Do they know Daddy?' And I said yes they do, they're all of Daddy's friends," said Danielle.


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TBOW426 @ 8/12/2015 6:53 AM

YOU GUYS ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Excuse for a moment, I think there is something in my eye.

Jon Retired LEO @ 8/12/2015 4:40 PM

Super classic example of helping a fallen brother's family. Kudos to the Phoenix Police and Fire Departments. You make all of us proud!

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