‘Tragic': South Carolina deputy sent to car crash learns wife was a victim

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.

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.South Carolina police officer Wayne ‘Bubba’ Browder was waiting for his wife to arrive Wednesday morning, around 9am, when he received a call about a car accident. Teresa was apparently just minutes away from meeting her husband when the crash occurred at approximately 9 a.m. on Wednesday. “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 Anthony Dennis said in a statement. “We ask you keep the Browder family in your thoughts and prayers as they cope with this horrible tragedy.” “We are better people and a better organization for having had the privilege of knowing and working with Teresa,” the Clarendon Health System said in a statement, according to the station. “She was one of the most kind, giving and Christian people I have ever known. David Jones with the SC Highway Patrol said a 2008 Saturn SUV, driven by a 26-year-old man, had crossed the center road line and struck Teresa along with another vehicle, whose driver was also taken to the hospital.

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