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Dear PoliceOne Member,

As the midway point in 2010 approached, I asked our Police Driving columnist, Travis Yates, to write something about the ‘struck-by incidents’ resulting in officer deaths so far this year. It is by cruel coincidence that on the very day his article is scheduled to appear, yet another officer has succumbed to injuries he sustained at roadside. As Travis writes, "Let’s do everything we can to prevent these tragic deaths in the future."

Doug Wyllie, PoliceOne Senior Editor
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