Please follow the hyperlink just above and donate. Probationary Constable Timothy Proctor, aged 29, died in hospital this morning Sunday 3 February following a four-vehicle crash at Lucas Heights on Thursday 31 January Timothy Proctor, 29, a probationary constable who worked in the Liverpool region, was driving northbound on Heathcote Road at Lucas Heights about adult nursing personals zindwan on Thursday when a Honda Civic crossed to the wrong side of the road and crashed into him and two other cars.
Mr Proctor was jasmien out of his car and rushed to Liverpool hospital, where he remained in a critical condition until his death on Sunday morning. The year-old female driver of the Honda Civic was taken to Liverpool hospital, where she remained in a critical condition on Sunday.
Police said a Mitsubishi Triton which had been driving behind the officer was unable to stop in time and was also involved in the crash. Two teenagers in the Triton and the driver of the Yaris were not injured. Van driver Kamran Rowshanzadeh, whose dash cam recorded the crash, said he initially thought the car was trying to cut into his lane without using its indicator.
He was able to swerve around the cars as they impacted in the single northbound lane. He added that he heard the officer brake at the last second.
Speaking to the Liverpool City Champion shortly after his graduationMr Proctor said he was jazmine a volunteer firefighter and had worked in IT repairing laptops before deciding to pursue a career in policing. Police continue to investigate the collision. We took different paths at the end of high school.
Nathan did a trade, I did ing. But I got bored and wanted to do something to help people and something different each day.
We still might end up together eventually. They kept us apart when they could and it was probably best.
To be able to pursue that as a career is really interesting. I want to change that.
I believe growing up here I have a good understanding of the cultural groups, too.