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Tire wear cited in Tex. officer's death


By ERIC AASEN
The Dallas Morning News
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IRVING, Tex. — Low tire treads may have been a factor in the death of an Irving police officer whose squad car slid out of control last month, a police report indicates.

Irving officials have been investigating the accident as well as studying conditions of other cars and maintenance policies.

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