Police Officer Patrick Sirois

Police Officer Patrick Sirois

United States Department of Defense - Fort Hood Police Department, U.S. Government

End of Watch Tuesday, November 23, 2010

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Patrick Sirois

Police Officer Patrick Sirois was struck and killed by a vehicle on U.S. 69 in McIntosh County, Oklahoma, while assisting at a crash scene at 7:50 p.m.

Officer Sirois was traveling to Wagoner, Oklahoma, with his fiancee for the Thanksgiving holiday when he witnessed the collision a mile north of Eufaula. He stopped his vehicle, put on a reflective vest, displayed his badge and firearm, and began to assist one of the drivers. As he spoke to the man on the shoulder, he saw another car that was about to collide with the vehicle. He pushed the driver out of harm's way just as the vehicle was struck, pinning him between it and the guardrail.

He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The driver who struck him was cited for a traffic violation.

Officer Sirois was a United States Army Operation Desert Storm veteran and served as a civilian police officer with the Fort Hood Police Department and as a reserve officer with the Nolanville, Texas, Police Department. He had been recognized as Nolanville's Officer of the Year in 2009. He is survived by his fiancee.


  • Age 50
  • Tour 9 years
  • Badge 822
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Struck by vehicle
  • Location Oklahoma

accident scene, off duty

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For the first time in several years, I won't be able to touch yours or Andy's name on the memorial during the candlelight vigil. The last couple years have been really hard and a challenge
and I wish I could have picked up the phone and called you for advice or anything. I made it to retirement though! I wonder how far you would have gone? One of our motley crew made Chief. Can you believe it? She deserved it. I wonder if you were still here, if maybe that would have been you? You were better than all of us. I really miss you my brother in blue. It still seems like yesterday you were riding through the station on that Big Wheel-Persuit Edition, with that silly helmet with lights and siren on it(because your bike may have been driven over by a truck). I can't remember the last time I laughed that hard or was that happy. I love you Pat. I miss you more than anything. Please keep the watch over us.

Sgt J.M. Beach(Ret)
FHPD 914

May 10, 2024

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