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Police Officer David Herring | Miami Police Department, Florida Miami Police Department, Florida

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David Herring

Miami Police Department, Florida

End of Watch: Wednesday, September 3, 1986

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Age: Not available

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Cause: Exposure to toxins

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Officer David Herring succumbed to carbon monoxide poisoning while working a uniformed, off-duty security job in Miami's garment district. Because of the cold weather Officer Herring had the windows of his patrol car closed and left the motor running. A faulty exhaust system caused carbon monoxide to seep into the car. Officer Herring's body was discovered the next morning by a citizen.

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David was a friend to all and so was his family I still remember him I lived around the corner from him and when heard what had happeneded to him I was without words M Dovo

Manuel Dovo sivilian
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October 3, 2016


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