Funeral Held For Colorado Trooper Killed By Suspected DUI Driver

24 Nov 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Fellow Troopers Remember Fallen Colleague, Promise To Keep Her Memory Alive.

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Law enforcement officers from across the country on Monday honored a Colorado State Patrol trooper who investigators say was killed by a vehicle driven by a retired Army colonel who they suspect had been drinking. ENGLEWOOD — Under a Colorado bluebird sky, scores of mourners paid their respects Monday to fallen state Trooper Jaimie Jursevics at a service honoring her life. The memorial began with a massive motorcade that traveled from Schaefer Athletic Complex at the intersection of Hampden Avenue and South Kipling Street about 9:30 a.m. and ended at the church.

Rob Madden. “Not only did she choose it, she excelled at it.” “To know that she was not going to be able to continue on and fulfill what was starting out as an amazing career is tough to think about,” said Madden. They support each other, in good time and in bad, you lift them up when they’re feeling bad and you celebrate their victories together,” said Downing. “I know our uniform is special, as it is for a lot of my life. The Fremont County Sheriff’s Office have since posted a photo of Ms Jursevics’ daughter wearing her mother’s hat, surrounded by her uniform and various tools of the trade. A friend told investigators Henderson had consumed at least six beers Sunday during the course of a trip to Denver to watch the Broncos play the Chiefs.

Drink driving has been named a major contributor to fatalities and injuries on Australian roads, with one in five drivers killed recorded as having a blood alcohol count in excess of the legal limit. Coloradans have been showing their support en masse for the State Patrol, raising money for Jursevics’ family and showering the agency with condolences.

The person on the line says the trooper tried to use a flashlight to pull the suspect over, but was struck and killed by that vehicle, which left the scene. When asked what they want her little girl to snow about the support of the CSP, Madden replied, “She does have another family… The more we can do to honor Jaimie now and have those memories and to document them and have conversations so when the time is appropriate, we can say, ‘Look at what an amazing woman your mom was.’” Earlier this week hundreds of law enforcement across Colorado gathered along Interstate 70 to honor Jaimie’s family as they drove to Colorado from Utah. “There is nothing that is going to bring her back,” said Madden. “To let them know how much we respect her… heck, yeah, you’re going to see us out there for hours and days.”

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