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DC Officers Who Died in Line of Duty Honored at Memorial Service

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The 42nd Annual Washington Area Law Enforcement Memorial Service took place in the District of Columbia on Monday, October 4, to honor the lives of fallen law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty.

The honored officers include Officer Robert Fleet, Metropolitan Police Department; Sergeant Mark Eckenrode, Metropolitan Police Department; Sergeant Donna Allen, Metropolitan Police Department; and Officer Keith Williams, Metropolitan Police Department.

“Today at the 42nd Annual Washington Area Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service, we honored our brothers and sisters who lost their lives in the line of duty,” the DC Police Department wrote on Twitter. “These heroes made the ultimate sacrifice and selflessly gave their lives so that others could live.”

DC put in place temporary parking restrictions and street closures for the event that affected D Street, NW, Indiana Avenue, NW, and 4th Street.

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