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Maryland: Perryville Volunteer Fire Police Officer Struck While Directing Traffic Has Died
Thursday, November 07, 2013

David Barr Sr., a Perryville volunteer firefighter who was hit by a car while directing traffic last month, died Thursday morning November 7, 2013. He was 65. On October 25 Barr was working as a fire police captain, managing the traffic around an accident on Route 40 near the Maryland 222 intersection when he got hit, rolled up on the hood of the car and laid on the highway with severe head injuries.

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http://www.firehouse.com/news/11225710/perryville-md-fire-police-officer-dies-of-injuries-sustained-when-hit-by-car
http://www.cecildaily.com/news/local_news/article_f827445a-e510-5977-8225-b16de6e441ef.html




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