North Carolina trooper and motorist killed in crash involving trooper's brother, also a trooper

  1. Cop pulls over a driver and while they are standing on the side of the road, another cop drives to the scene. They’re not entirely sure how, it might be ice, but he lost control and hit both of them with his car.

  2. I am anxious to read the investigation of this tragic accident. The last rainfall was 12 hours earlier. The temperature was 35F. I hope the audio record can provide more information about what lead to the, at least a twelve mile long tailing of the other victim. A very tragic accident.

  3. I got pulled over a few years ago. Austin TX on I-35. So I slowed down, merged right and signaled that I was going to exit the freeway. Bike cop came around and cut me off, forcing me on the shoulder. I told him I was headed for a safer place to pull over because I didn’t want to get hit. He yelled at me: “Well, I do it all day long!” Yeah, that’s your problem.

  4. The arresting officer had a duty to protect his arrestee, who was not placed in a vehicle and therefore was not protected from other vehicles, and subsequently was hit and killed.

  5. Is that bother you if a brother in arms dies in the arms of another brother in arms and who is his brother-in-law but who also is a representative of the law all this by breaking the law?

  6. Believe it or not, it isn't photoshopped. My dad was a state trooper and had a hat just like it, only his FIT properly. For some reason people don't actually know their hat sizes so it was quite common to see troopers with hats a size too small. Very comical on those guys with big heads. Additionally the proper wear of the hat when in formal situations is wearing it slightly tilted forward. The specific hat in question is called a 'Campaign' Hat. Also no, they don't usually take your measurements. You're expected to take your own and people always measure wrong. Look up some drill instructor videos on youtube sometimes, especially Air Force, you can see how ridiculous small the hats are on the head.

  7. "The commander of the Highway Patrol, Col. Freddy L. Johnson Jr., said in a statement: 'Our hearts are broken with the loss of our friend and our brother, Trooper John Horton...'"

  8. Incredible, this body versus vehicle performance. Maybe there’s something to staying in the vehicle after all.

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