Fla. agriculture officer killed in fiery crash
Officer Joshua Montaad was driving his Expedition when he went off the road and struck a tree
Duty Death: Joshua Montaad - [Taylor County, Florida]
End of Service: 06/06/2017
By PoliceOne Staff
TAYLOR COUNTY, Fla. — An agriculture officer who was driving on duty died after his car caught fire.
Joshua Montaad, 25, was driving Tuesday when his car veered off the road, struck a tree and caught fire, WTXL reported. Montaad was pronounced dead on the scene.
Commissioner of Agriculture Adam H. Putnam said in a statement that “with heavy hearts we mourn the loss of such a dedicated and vibrant man who chose to make selflessly serving others his life’s work.”
“I pray for Officer Montaad’s family, loved ones and colleagues during this time of sorrow, and may God be with us all as we grieve.”