HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – The funeral for the Connecticut State Police Sergeant who died in the line of duty during Ida will be held this week.
Sergeant Brian Mohl was washed away by floodwaters in Woodbury last Thursday.
A vigil will be held Wednesday at noon at the Xfinity Theater in Hartford.
His funeral will also take place there Thursday morning at 11 a.m.
Due to services, schools in Region 14 will be laid off early Thursday.
“We have worked closely with the Connecticut State Police and have been told that the timing of the event will impact the regular layoffs of our students and staff,” Superintendent Wayne said. McAllister. “Therefore, Region 14 will have an early layoff on Thursday, September 9 for students and staff. There will be no afternoon prek-3.”
The death of a Connecticut State Police sergeant who was swept away by floodwaters in Woodbury has been called an accident.
The State Police Union established a fund to help Mohl’s family after receiving several inquiries from fellow police, other law enforcement officers and the public asking how they could provide financial assistance.
WOODBURY, Ct. (WFSB) – The entire state is in mourning, after Connecticut State Police (CSP) …
Anyone wishing to donate can search the Venmo “@ csp-union” account or a check can be mailed to the Connecticut State Police Union, with a note that says “Sgt. Brian Mohl.
Donations can be sent to: Sgt. Brian Mohl Fund, c / o CSPU, 500 Main Street, East Hartford, CT 06118.
“The State Police Union will work tirelessly to honor and pay tribute to Sergeant Mohl for the sacrifice he made to fulfill his Oath of Office as a State Soldier. We ask you to keep Sergeant Mohl, his family and his Troopers siblings in your thoughts and prayers during this terribly difficult time, “the union said in a statement.
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