HANCOCK COUNTY, Ind. - A car crash took the life of a retired central-Indiana deputy this week, county dispatchers confirmed.
The Hancock County Sheriff's Office told RTV6 that deputy Jason Bradbury, 41, died sometime Thursday after a vehicle wreck.
The sheriff's office said Bradbury had retired sometime in 2013 due to a medical condition.
He crashed his car this past weekend, and succumbed to his injuries Thursday.
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