Marine Killed In Hit And Run Was Acting “Selflessly” Says Commander
Cpl. William Ferrell, 21, was struck and killed in Maryland last month as he was helping a disabled vehicle on the side of U.S. 15 in a rainstorm.
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While the search is on for the tractor trailer or heavy duty pickup with a car-hauling trailer, the Commander at Camp David, MD where he served had a lot of praise for the young man.
Col. Benjamin Watson, said in a statement that his unit was heartbroken and that Ferrell was acting in a characteristically selfless manner when he died.
Please send prayers to is family.
THURMONT, Md. — The commander of the Marine Corps Barracks in Washington says a Camp David guard killed by a hit-and-run driver was acting in a characteristically selfless manner when he was struck.
Col. Benjamin Watson issued the statement Wednesday as police searched for the truck that hit Cpl. William Ferrell, 21, Tuesday night.
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