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April 07, 2014

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RIP. Prayers and warm thought to all involved

Do a little simple 'what if' math: what if only 1% of the 3,000 DUI arrests this officer made during his 27 years on the LAPD prevented a fatal accident involving only one fatality? That would have been 30 DUI-related traffic fatalities prevented by ONE police officer. That averages more than one life saved for every year of his service. Not too many cops or firefighters anywhere can claim after 27 years on the job they have saved 30, maybe more people. He was, and will always be, a Hero for the work he did. I have heard too many vile comments from people following this officer's accident and death, to not offer my comments. Condolences to all at LAPD from a retired Fire Captain.

My name is Jimmy Brousseau and I went to motor school with Chris in Mar 92' and we worked together. ... he's my buddy. I am a retired/disabled motor and would like to go to funeral on Tuesday but haven't anyway of getting there. My name and number is in the ret. Book. If you're going from the Palmdale/Lancaster area and you don't mind taking this old broken dog with you. . Then please let me know.

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