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Sen. Wise, Rep. Carney: Joint remarks on passing of Daniel Ellis

Joint Statement from Representative Bam Carney, Senator Max Wise on Passing of Officer Daniel Ellis:

FRANKFORT, KY (6 Nov 2014) – "We along with many people in our districts are devastated to learn about Officer Daniel Ellis' passing this morning. Daniel is a native of our region, graduating from Taylor County High School in 2000, and has many relatives living in both Adair and Taylor counties.

"Daniel and his family are a big part of Adair and Taylor counties. His senseless death is a tragic loss for our communities and the Commonwealth as a whole. We ask that you keep Daniel’s wife and son, his family and friends, and all of Kentucky’s police officers in your thoughts and prayers. We must do more to protect the lives who live on the thin blue line each day to serve us, so they can return home to their families each night. Unfortunately it did not come soon enough for Daniel and his family."



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