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Central Texas sees a spike in critically injured first responders this year
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- Central Texas is seeing a spike in the number of first responders critically injured in the line of duty. According to the 100 Club, the number of Austin police officers injured just last month is what they typically see across all of Central Texas in a year.

Four police officers have been critically injured in the line of duty across Central Texas this year.


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