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Motorcycle procession honors fallen Plymouth Township Police Officer Brad Fox

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Published on Sep 18, 2012

Friends, relatives, and hundreds of supporters from the community came out Monday night to attend a procession held in remembrance slain Plymouth Township Police Officer Brad Fox.

Fox was killed in the line of duty last Thursday, shot to death while responsding to a hit-and-run car accident.

The officer's family, and fellow officers were on hand to witness the ceremonies and his patrol car was draped in black bunting. Officer Fox's widow, Linsay Fox, seen here wearing black, hugged loved ones and watched the long line of nearly 1,000 motorcycles.

They rode in a show of support from the police academy in Northeast Philadelphia to Plymouth Township police headquarters, where a large American flag was suspended by two fire trucks.

Brad Fox had served two tours in Iraq with the U.S. Marine Corps.

Public viewings are scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, followed by a funeral procession and burial services.

Photographs for GunCrisis.org by Joe Kaczmarek and Tom Kelly IV.

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