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Veteran police officer recalls accident that left him thinking his life was over

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By Becky Barnes

Veteran police officer Jeremy Walker is still looking for closure 20 months after he was injured in the line of duty.

Blessing or curse, Walker never lost consciousness on April 21, 2006, after he was struck by a truck on I-75 while trying to move speed/stop sticks from the roadway. He remembers everything ... from the screeching tires to the blood streaming from his ears soaking into the collar of his Boone County Sheriff?s uniform.


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