Police Officer Responds To Fatal Crash, Finds Victim Is His Wife

13 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Officer Is Waiting for Wife to Arrive When He Gets Call No Amount of Training Could Prepare Him For.

Her husband, Wayne ‘Bubba’ Browder, was the deputy who responded to the head-on collision, confirmed Sumter County Sheriff’s Office. She suffered blunt force trauma despite the fact that she was wearing her seatbelt in the SUV she was driving, Sumter County Deputy Coroner Rob Lybrand told the station.One of the most unthinkable tragedies occurred this past Wednesday when a South Carolina police officer responding to a fatal car crash discovered upon arriving at the scene that the victim was his wife. He had no idea his wife was involved. ‘Today was a tragic day for one of our officers, as well as our entire agency, as one of our family members deals with the loss of a loved one,’ sheriff’s office spokesman Braden Bunch said. Police say that a 26-year-old man driving a 2008 Saturn SUV north when he careened across the center line of Lewis Road in Sumter County, striking Browder who was traveling south.

In Law Enforcement you are required to respond to a lot of vehicle fatalities throughout your career and you gain experience on how to deal with them and how to handle yourself!

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