Lubbock Professional Police Association Honoring Fallen First Responders

 

LUBBOCK, TX – Lubbock's Professional Police Association is running a T-shirt campaign to raise money for the first responders who were killed while working a crash on Saturday. 

According to KCBD, on January 11,  first responders arrived at a single-vehicle rollover crash on North Interstate 27. While working the first crash, a second vehicle traveling southbound crossed over into a median. They then went to assist in that crash. 

While working both crashes, officials said a third vehicle traveling southbound crossed over into the median striking Lubbock Police Officer Nicholas Reyna and Lubbock Firefighters Eric Hill and Matt Dawson.

Reports have confirmed the death of Reyna and Hill. Dawson still remains in critical condition. 

The LPPA is now raising money for the families by selling T-shirts. 

If you would like to purchase a shirt click the link here

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