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Police Officer Kevin John Fischer | Daytona Beach Police Department, Florida Daytona Beach Police Department, Florida

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Kevin John Fischer

Daytona Beach Police Department, Florida

End of Watch: Friday, September 4, 1998

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 30

Tour: 4 years

Badge # 120

Cause: Struck by vehicle

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Police Officer Fischer was struck and killed by a pickup truck while investigating the scene of an earlier accident on I-95, at Route 92, involving a Volusia County deputy sheriff.

While Officer Fischer was standing next to his motorcycle a pickup truck drifted onto the shoulder and struck him and the motorcycle, throwing him down a 5-foot embankment. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The deputy involved in the initial crash and a Florida Highway Patrol trooper were also injured in the incident.

Officer Fischer had served with the Daytona Beach Police Department for four years. He is survived by his expectant wife, who gave birth to a boy.

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I met Kevin back in 1991, when he came to Tampa to see his girlfriend on the weekends. He married her after she graduated from college. My girlfriend at the time and kevin`s girlfriend were very close classmates at USF. The four of us went out all the time when he came down to Tampa to visit his girlfriend. Damn, we had some crazy as hell times together! Him being a LEO was the last thing I thought he would ever do for a career. I was out of town when I heard the tragic news about his death. The accident was so senseless, but its part of the job and he knew the risks that went with it. Its been 16 years since he died, and I often think about him and the good times we had. God bless you and rest in peace, my friend! God bless his wife and son as well. Your friend, Mark Parise

Mark Parise
March 17, 2014


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