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"The loss we have suffered is immeasurable": Family mourns loss of state trooper

The family of the Connecticut state trooper killed during Wednesday night's storm is reacting publicly for the first time.

News 12 Staff

Sep 6, 2021, 11:58 AM

Updated 1,044 days ago

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The family of the Connecticut state trooper killed during Wednesday night's storm is reacting publicly for the first time.
Sergeant Brian Mohl died of blunt force trauma to the chest.
Troopers say Mohl's last radio transmission was to alert dispatch that his cruiser was being swept away by the water of the Pomperaug River.
His family has released a statement saying "The loss we have suffered is immeasurable. Brian was an incredible person. He was a loving son, brother, husband, father, and friend and to say he will be missed is just not enough. Brian loved being a state trooper. He proudly served with the Connecticut State Police for over 26 years."


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