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Patrolman Charles Hash | Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tennessee Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tennessee


Charles Hash

Tennessee Highway Patrol, Tennessee

End of Watch: Friday, April 11, 1930

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 31

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Motorcycle accident

Incident Date: 4/3/1930

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Patrolman Hash died while operating a motorcycle in Memphis. He was travelling on Bristol Avenue when a car turned in front of him onto Graham Avenue. Patrolman Hash's motorcycle struck the front of the car and he was thrown from the bike.

He was transported to Methodist Hospital where he succumbed to his injuries 8 days later.

Patrolman Hash was a U.S. Navy veteran and served as the agency's sergeant of the Memphis District. He was survived by his mother and three sisters.

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Trooper Hash you maybe gone but you are not forgotten. RIP Brother.

TFC Widener, Len
Connecticut State Police
April 11, 2012


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