Florida Police Chief Greg Abraham dies in plane crash

The police boss in Ocala, Fla., kicked the bucket Sunday when the plane he was flying collided with a field.

Greg Graham’s single-motor private plane went down in Dunnellon, simply outside the Marion County Airport, around 11:30 a.m. Sunday, as per the Ocala Star-Banner.

Graham was the main individual ready and no one on the ground was harmed.

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Federal Aviation Administration are exploring the reason for the accident.

Vice president Mike Balken has been named the between time boss.

“Boss Graham was a guide to numerous and moving to all,” the Ocala Police Department said in an announcement.

“We have had the incredible benefit to have considered him a companion, a chief, and an aspect of our family for well more than thirty years. He was the core of the Department. His heart beat for Ocala, for his locale, for his specialization, and particularly for his family. We will miss his energy for network and law implementation; his sincerity and character; his solid administration; and undoubtedly his grin.”


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