Patrolman Patrick Fahey

Patrolman Patrick Fahey

New York City Police Department, New York

End of Watch Sunday, February 12, 1928

Patrick Fahey

Patrolman Fahey died of injuries he received when he was thrown from a department horse.

Patrolman Fahey was on traffic patrol on West End Avenue and 60th Street, Manhattan, when his horse was frightened by a passing New York Central Railroad train. Patrolman Fahey was thrown to the ground and injured. He was taken to Roosevelt Hospital, where he died the next day from his injuries.

Patrolman Fahey was assigned to Traffic Precinct C.

Bio

  • Age 49
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge 2921

Incident Details

  • Cause Animal related
  • Incident Date Saturday, February 11, 1928

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I missed the absence of you in my life.You were dearly missed by your children,Marion,Kay,Peg, Ann and Billy.Mary your wife lived with the void and your children.

Edmond Patrick Slattery
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January 20, 2015

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