Bio & Incident Details
Tour: 13 years
Badge # Not available
Incident Date: 9/1/1919
Weapon: Not available
Suspect: Not available
Postal Inspector in Charge George Daniel drowned when his department vehicle plunged into the Hyrum Canal, approximately eight miles south of Logan, Utah.
He and two other postal inspectors were traveling in the vehicle through a severe thunderstorm when the vehicle drove into the canal. The other two inspectors were able to make it to safety.
Inspector Daniel's body was recovered approximately an hour later.
Inspector Daniel had served with the agency for 13 years and served as the Postal Inspector in Charge of the Denver Division. He was survived by his wife and two daughters.