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Twice-wounded Md. trooper returns to work: "This is what I want to do."



By Laura McCandlish
The Baltimore Sun

BALTIMORE, Md. —Trooper 1st Class Eric D. Workman sensed something suspicious as he readied for work yesterday.


Dr. Thomas Scalea, center, is joined by Maryland State Troopers as he speaks during a news conference at the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Emergency Center Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2006 in Baltimore. Trooper First Class Eric D. Workman, 36, was hit in the left shoulder and was "critically ill and on full life support."
(AP Photo/Chris Gardner)
His girlfriend, a trooper at the Golden Ring barracks, just happened to have a court appearance in Carroll County yesterday. His two supervisors joined him for breakfast at the Double T Diner in Catonsville before following him to work.

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