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Hundreds of Bronxites and New Yorkers offered thoughts and prayers for 43rd Precinct officer involved in deadly Friday, November 4 shoot out in Stratton Park

43rd Pct., Community Honors Slain and Injured Officers

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Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. (4th from l), Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda (5th from l) and Senator Ruben Diaz, Sr. (2nd from r) joined the community in praying for sergeants Tuozzolo and Kwo.
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Many Bronxites paid their respects at the massive memorial honoring slain 43rd Precinct sergeant Paul Tuozzolo.
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Senator Diaz (2nd from r) offered words of encouragement at the somber vigil.
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Flowers, cards, candles, balloons and stuffed animals made up the heartwarming memorial outside of the precinct house.

Hundreds of Bronxites and New Yorkers offered their thoughts and prayers for two 43rd Precinct sergeants involved in a deadly shoot out on Friday, November 4 in Stratton Park.

The 43rd Precinct Community Council and 43rd Precinct Community Affairs hosted a candlelight vigil on Monday, November 7 for fallen officer, sergeant Paul Tuozzolo and injured officer, sergeant Emmanuel Kwo in front of the 900 Fteley Avenue precinct house.

St. Raymond Elementary School showed its support of sergeant Tuozzolo’s family and fellow officers at the 43rd Precinct by affixing hundreds of blue ribbons to the school’s fence on Thursday, November 10.

The school also made cards and raised money for the slain sergeant’s family and the 43rd Precinct.

Posted 12:00 am, November 23, 2016
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