What It’s Like to Drive in a Cop’s Funeral Motorcade

In Short: A touching honor.

Lining up near the mortuary. My “quick response vehicle” is second in this line, while one of our paramedics heads up to chat. (Photo: Randy Cassingham)

I heard the ambulance paged out for a severe accident. Out of my response area, but hearing details I alerted my wife, a deputy coroner, that her services may be needed.

One of the problems of working EMS in a rural area: sometimes you know the patient. The man killed was Scott Mills, the sergeant at…

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