A policeman was killed, faced with a deer on the highway

A policeman was killed, faced with a deer on the highway

Today, 9 August, 40-year-old police Sergeant in new Jersey Peter camper, Jr., was returning home on his motorcycle, but in the second minute of the drive collided with a deer that has suddenly popped up on Lakeside Avenue.

The man fell from his Harley-Davidson 2001 release and lost consciousness. It happened shortly after midnight in the township of Wayne, which is located within 20 miles (32 km) from Manhattan.

A policeman was killed, faced with a deer on the highway

Hearing the loud noise of the accident, several local residents living in the houses next door, ran out into the street. Among them was the doctor, he tried to help the victim before the scene, the ambulance arrived.

The Sergeant was taken to the hospital Saint Joseph’s Medical Center in Paterson, where doctors pronounced him dead.

The police Department in Pompton Lakes, where Peter camper, Jr. has served for approximately 13 years, reported on his page in Facebookthat the Sergeant followed in the footsteps of his father, who once served in the police Wayne.

It is with great sorrow that the Pompton Lakes Police Department announces the untimely passing of Sgt. Peter Kamper. …

Posted by Pompton Lakes Police on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

During his service Peter managed to try himself as a police officer instructor of shooting from a firearm instructor at the Police Academy for young people and IT-specialist of the Department.

In addition to working in law enforcement, Peter camper, Jr. helped the nonprofit organization Special Olympics, which is engaged in the preparation of sporting events for persons with intellectual disabilities.

His colleagues wrote that Peter, the growth of which reached almost two metres, was “a gentle giant whose heart was as big as his physique”.

Peter camper survived by his wife Christine, brother Mike and parents Peter and Wendy.

President Colligan — We are all devastated at the loss of Pompton Lakes Sgt Peter J. Kamper Jr. Pray for family, friends, and Department pic.twitter.com/pKwWv50zTx

— New Jersey State PBA (@NJSPBA) August 9, 2017

«President Colligan: “We are all devastated by the loss of Sergeant Peter camper, Jr., who served in the police Department Pompton Lakes. Pray for his family, friends and Department”».