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Tenn. Constable Succumbs to Wounds From Crash

August 23, 2011  | 

A Tennessee constable involved in a crash succumbed to his injuries two weeks after the wreck.

Constable Ross Potter of Carter County's Sixth District was traveling on Highway 91 on Aug. 4 when his department vehicle left the roadway near Blue Springs Road and struck a utility pole, reports the Officer Down Memorial Page.

He remained in critical condition until passing away Aug. 19.

Source: Officer Down Memorial Page


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Morning Eagle @ 8/24/2011 9:23 AM

This is a sad loss. Talk about a dedicated man, he was 81 and still serving. A Korean War Veteran and 29 years serving his fellow citizens back home deserves the sincere thanks of everyone.

Barry Bushaw @ 8/30/2011 4:14 AM

Sounds like a GREAT man. Wish I could have met him. He's watching over all of us in the law enforcement community. Rest in peace my brother.

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