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State Police remember Sgt. killed one year ago in line of duty

Connecticut State Police are remembering a Trooper today who was killed in the line of duty one year ago.  Sgt Brian Mohl was swept away in the floodwaters of the Pomperaug River in Woodbury when the remnants of Hurricane Ida moved through the state.  The 26-year veteran of the department died after calling for help, saying his vehicle was trapped in rising flood waters.  Dive teams found his empty vehicle in the river just after daybreak. The 50-year old was found an hour later further down the river.  Mohl graduated from the State Police Training Academy in 1995, with the 105th Training Troop. He was assigned to Troop A in Southbury and transferred to Troop L in Litchfield after being promoted to Sergeant in May 2000. He also served as Sergeant at Troop B in North Canaan, Troop G in Bridgeport and Troop H in Hartford before returning to Troop L in 2008.

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