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Officer Brett C. Buckmister | Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona


Brett C. Buckmister

Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona

End of Watch: Tuesday, March 21, 2000

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 27

Tour: 1 year

Badge # 5548

Cause: Automobile accident

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Officer Brett Buckmister was killed after being involved in a two car collision on U.S. 89 near Page, Arizona.

He was en route to an accident when a van struck his patrol car on the passenger side during a snowstorm. Three people in the second vehicle were also killed.

The officer had served as a member of the Arizona Department of Public Safety for one year, and is survived by his wife and two young children.

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The crosses where Brett died had fallen into disrepair, litter accumulated and flowers were outdated this spring. I fixed all the crosses, removed the litter and faded flowers and replaced them with new ones. Also added a US flag to Brett's cross. I plan to continue this while I live in Page.

Larry D. Clark, Sr.
USNPS - retired Chief and Page Fire - retired Chief
September 28, 2015


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