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Patrolman Michael Latvis | Nashua Police Department, New Hampshire Nashua Police Department, New Hampshire


Michael Latvis

Nashua Police Department, New Hampshire

End of Watch: Saturday, December 22, 1956

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 38

Tour: 4 years

Badge # 59

Cause: Automobile accident

Incident Date: 12/21/1956

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Patrolman Michael Latvis succumbed to injuries received the previous night while responding to a medical emergency in a police ambulance. During his response the ambulance collided with a vehicle at West Pearl Street and Chestnut Street, ejecting Patrolman Latvis from the ambulance.

He was transported to a local hospital where died the next day. The driver of the other vehicle left the scene but turned himself into police later in the evening and given several sobriety tests.

Patrolman Latvis had been with the agency for four years and was survived by his wife.

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Thank you for your service and unselfish sacrifice for your fellow man! You belong to HIM now and forever! May your family and friends find comfort and peace in that fact. God Bless!

Rev. Steven R. Closs, D.D.
Retired Captain, Nashua Police Department, Nashua, NH
June 9, 2013


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