We all have had had to carry the burden of kissing our loved ones goodbye every day not knowing if it would be the last time we might see them, always having to look over our shoulders to make sure someone doesn’t cross that line, and a few were not real fortunate to have went home to their families, because you thought you may have needed to post a picture up to your social media about that wreck that you just drove by, or that text message letting your friends know that you are distracted and not paying attention to the road your driving on.
Well, here is thier stories, please take time to read them and understand that they are just a few of the thousands of first responders out there doing thier jobs on the side of the road……..
Glenn Ewing, 32, of Ft. Mitchell, worked as a tow truck operator for AAA Club Alliance Cincinnati Fleet, was on Rapid Run Road by the park putting a disabled vehicle on his tow truck when he was struck by a Dodge Challenger suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to a Cincinnati Medical Center. He passed the next day from his injuries. Rest easy brother, we will drag the chains from here.
Eric Ackerman, 42, of Sandusky, who was driving a tow truck from Interstate Towing of Norwalk, and the driver of a disabled vehicle both were killed on the side of the Ohio Turnpike while loading two jet skis from the trailer of the disabled vehicle onto the wrecker when they were hit by the pick-up that went off the road. Rest easy brother, we will drag the chains from here.
It is with very heavy hearts that we report to you that Officer Dale Woods of the Colerain Police Department (Ohio) succumbed to his injuries. Officer Woods was struck by a truck while directing traffic Friday, January 4, 2019. Officer Woods was a 15 year veteran of CPD and had experience as a firefighter/paramedic. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, both blood and blue. R.I.P. Officers Woods, we thank you for your service and promise to never forget your sacrifice. Please keep a vigilant watch over your brothers and sisters in blue from the streets of Heaven
Lake Erie Construction Co. employee Teresa M. Howell, 24, of Greenwich, was killed in an accident on U.S. 33 in Jerome Township. She was pronounced dead at the scene after a 2004 Kenworth truck hauling a 2014 Great Dane trailer reportedly hit her and left the scene. She was working with crew members on a guardrail repair on eastbound U.S. 33. The work was part of an Ohio Department of Transportation maintenance contract.
It is with very heavy hearts that we report to you that Ptl. Mathew Mazany of the Mentor Police Department (Ohio) was killed in the line of duty on Sunday, June 24, 2018. Ptl. Mazany was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while assisting another officer during a traffic stop on Route 2, near Route 306, at approximately 1:00 am. Ptl. Mazany had served with the Mentor Police Department for 14 years. He is survived by his son, father, and brother. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family, both blood and blue. R.I.P. Ptl. Mazany, we thank you for your service and promise to never forget your sacrifice. Please keep a vigilant watch over your brothers and sisters in blue from the streets of Heaven. (Courtesy of FB/Ohio Going Blue)