The California sheriff announced the death of a deputy who was kept alive for six years and never regained consciousness after collapsing during SWAT attempts.
County Sheriff Don Barnes said he was saddened to announce last Friday Deputy Carlos Cammon.
"Our department's family joins the Cammon family in mourning the loss of this brave young man," Barnes said.
Cammon was 29 when he was hit during the SWAT race, according to reports.
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The Orange County Register announced on Saturday an interview with Orange County Deputy Sheriff Tom Dominguez who said Cammon had exaggerated during training and because of tension and dehydration. went into complete organ failure.
As a deputy, Kamon is the department's bravery award winner.
He and three deputies had conquered a man who attacked a woman with a knife at an Orange restaurant.
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Cammon and the other alternates were fired when they took action.