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Trooper Shawn W. Snow | New York State Police, New York New York State Police, New York


Shawn W. Snow

New York State Police, New York

End of Watch: Sunday, August 3, 2008

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 47

Tour: 19 years

Badge # Not available

Military veteran

Cause: Electrocuted

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Trooper Shawn Snow was electrocuted while assisting a driver changing a flat tire on an antique fire truck in Ogdensburg.

As Trooper Snow and the truck's driver worked on the tire, the fire truck's ladder came in contact with overhead power lines. Trooper Snow and the truck driver were both killed instantly.

Trooper Snow was a U.S. Coast Guard veteran. He had served with the New York State Police for 19 years and was assigned to Troop B. He is survived by his wife and children.

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Seven years and it seems just like yesterday and an eternity all at the same time. Miss you every day.

April M. Allen
August 3, 2015


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