University of Houston cop killed in wreck

Ann O'Donnell was killed in an automobile accident while responding to an assault in progress

Duty Death: Ann O'Donnell - [University of Houston, Texas]


By PoliceOne Staff

HOUSTON, Texas — Officer Ann O'Donnell was killed in an automobile accident while responding to an assault in progress at about 1:00 am. Her patrol car left the roadway and struck a tree at the intersection of North MacGregor Way at Faculty Lane.

Shortly after losing radio contact with Officer O'Donnell, dispatch was notified by members of the Houston Police Department that one of their vehicles had been involved in a single vehicle accident. Officer O'Donnell succumbed to her injuries while being transported to a local hospital.

Officer O'Donnell had served with the University of Houston Police Department for one year. She is survived by her parents and sister.

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