Friday 200716

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Complete the following for time:

Buy In: 118 Double Unders


5 Rounds:

7 Snatches 135#/105#

4 Muscle Ups

20 Box Jumps 30″/24″


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“Every day I put on the uniform, it was my intention to protect the weak and innocent in my community from evil,” wrote Toledo Officer Anthony Dia in a letter he wrote in the event of his death. “I hope I died with bravery.” 

Officer Anthony Dia.

Officer Anthony Dia, 26 was apart of the Toledo Police Department in Toledo, Ohio. He was dispatched to a call at Home Depot after reports of of a man who was supposedly intoxicated, on the morning of July 4th. When he arrived on scene Officer Dia reportedly approached the seemingly intoxicated man when, according to witnesses, the suspect fired a shot at Officer Dia, striking him. The officer was transported to a local hospital where he later died. His last words were, “Dispatch, tell my family I love them.” He stayed strong until the end. Officer Dia leaves behind a wife and two sons.

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