According to an article published earlier today on the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, funeral services were held today for the recent loss of state trooper Blake Coble. Hundreds gathered at St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church today to mourn last Thursday’s loss of Beaver County state trooper Blake T. Coble, who was killed when his car was struck by a tractor-trailer in South Beaver, PA. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette posted a follow-up to last week’s announcement concerning Coble’s tragic death and indicated that Coble was only 3 months from retirement before the accident. Police indicated that no criminal charges have been filed against the trucker, who apparently ran a stop sign before crashing into Coble’s vehicle.
Our thoughts are with the trooper’s two children and wife. Read the Post-Gazette’s original article about the fatal trucking accident.
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Ove, Torsten. (2012) “Hundreds mourn Pennsylvania trooper killed in Beaver County accident.” The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: October 9, 2012.
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