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Murdered Fargo Officer's Organs Save 5 Lives

February 22, 2016  | 

Fallen Fargo officer Jason Moszer's organs were donated to five patients. (Photo: Fargo PD)
Fallen Fargo officer Jason Moszer's organs were donated to five patients. (Photo: Fargo PD)

Fallen Fargo, ND, police officer Jason Moszer is credited with helping save the lives of at least five people.

Moszer had been with FPD for six years before he was shot and killed last week. He also served as a combat medic in Iraq and Bosnia. He was married with two children.

He was an organ donor and helped five people ranging in age from 26 to 61.

Doctors were able to use his heart, lungs, liver, pancreas, and kidneys, WCCO TV reports.

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Chief Richard @ 2/22/2016 5:23 PM

Another organ donor police officer fatality. I hate that we are loosing our officers to murderes and thugs, thank god they are donating organs so they can live on in others !! My son was an organ donor when he died in 2001. Mint helps.
Thank you Officers for you ultimate sacrifice and donation ! God bless your families!

South Fl LEO @ 2/23/2016 3:57 AM

Police Officer Jason Moszer; The face of a true hero. Even in death he continues to touch lives. God Bless you Sir. R.I.P.

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