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Missouri Officer Killed In Firearms Training Accident

September 17, 2010  | 

Dan De Kraai, an officer with the St. Joseph (Mo.) PD, was killed during a firearms training accident by a fellow officer, reports KansasCity.com.

De Kraai, 35, was killed when another officer's gun accidentlly discharged during a break from a training session.

Memorial services have been scheduled for Saturday.

Read the full report at KansasCity.com.

Tags: Training Accidents, Accidental Discharges, Duty Deaths


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