Reserve deputy dies after collapsing at World Police and Fire Games
68-year-old Jacob Castroll was competing in a race when he collapsed
By PoliceOne Staff
CASTAIC, CALIF. – An LA County reserve deputy died Friday after suffering a heart attack during a mountain biking race at the World Police and Fire Games.
According to the Associated Press, 68-year-old Jacob Castroll was competing in the race when he collapsed. He was found unresponsive by another participant.
He was rushed to a hospital, where he died.
Castroll had been a reserve deputy since 2010. He is survived by his wife and three children, according to The Signal.