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Deputy Sheriff George Jefferson Massey | Alamance County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina Alamance County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

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George Jefferson Massey

Alamance County Sheriff's Office, North Carolina

End of Watch: Sunday, March 4, 1934

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 48

Tour: 7 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Struck by vehicle

Incident Date: 3/3/1934

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Deputy George Massey died from injuries sustained the previous night when he was struck by a vehicle on Glencoe Road in Burlington.

He and another deputy were walking along the road when an oncoming car suddenly swerved to avoid another car, but struck Deputy Massey. He was dragged 17-feet and sustained fatal injuries. He was taken to Burlington Hospital where he died the following evening.

Deputy Massey had served with the Alamance County Sheriff's Office for seven years. He was survived by his wife, two sons, daughter, and three siblings.

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