June 28th, 2011
PSHSA Expresses Condolences in Death of Const. Garrett Styles
We are saddened to hear of the tragic death of York Regional Police Service Const. Garrett Styles north of Toronto this morning. Constable Styles was killed when he was struck by a vehicle while investigating an offense.
Constable Styles, a seven-year veteran of the police force, is survived by his wife, Melissa, and two young children.
“Work-related fatalities are always a terrible tragedy, but are even more horrific when they happen senselessly to those who dedicate their lives to protect others,” said Joe Watkins, Regional Director, Prevention Services, Provincial Programs & North of Public Services Health and Safety Association. “Our thoughts are with Garrett’s family friends and co-workers at this difficult time.”
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