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Trooper Scott Alan Lyons | Oregon State Police, Oregon Oregon State Police, Oregon


Scott Alan Lyons

Oregon State Police, Oregon

End of Watch: Tuesday, September 2, 1997

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Age: 23

Tour: 2 years

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Cause: Automobile accident

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Trooper Scott Lyons and Sergeant James Rector were killed in a vehicle crash in Gilchrist.

The two officers were assisting another officer at the scene of an accident involving a drunk driver when their marked SUV was struck by a wood-chipping truck. They were both pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the truck was not injured.

Trooper Lyons had served with the Oregon State Police for only two years. He is survived by his parents and sister.

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Sergeant James Dallas Rector
Oregon State Police, Oregon
End of Watch: Tuesday, September 2, 1997
Cause: Automobile accident

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So young, following in your fathers foot steps, the end of shift came far to early for you. You will not be forgotten.

Sr Tpr(Ret) Lawrence Rupp
Oregon State Police
September 3, 2015


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