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Fort Hood Officer Says Her Patrol Career Is Over

December 07, 2009  | 

Sgt. Kim Munley (left) is recovering from injuries sustained in the Fort Hood shooting. Photo via Twitter.

Officer Kim Munley, one of two civilian officers who helped end the Fort Hood shooting spree, says she is unlikely to return to patrol duties.

Munley made the announcement to a North Carolina television station and posted it to her Twitter page. In a Nov. 30 tweet, Munley wrote that a knee replacement surgery would be needed. She would need to carry a 15- to 25-pound pack that would cause it to wear out sooner.

"OK verdict in: total knee replacement first week of Jan," Munley tweeted. "Probably no more law [enforcement], but things happen for a reason, and I'm sure there is one."

Munley told the television outlet she hopes to find a position as a law enforcement trainer, the New York Times reports.

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