Texas officer suffers fatal medical emergency after directing school traffic

Bryan Holley, a 31-year law enforcement veteran, devoted 10 years of service to the Hudson Independent School District Police Department

Duty Death: Bryan Holley - [Hudson, Texas]

End of Service: 08/18/2023


By Sarah Roebuck
Police1

HUDSON, Texas — An officer with the Hudson Independent School District Police Department died during a medical emergency. 

According to the Hudson Volunteer Fire Department, firefighters responded to Bonner Elementary Friday afternoon for a medical call. The department said they were saddened to discover that it was Officer Bryan Holley.

Holley collapsed after completing the traffic control assignment at the school, Officer Down Memorial Page states.

Holley devoted 10 years of his service to the Hudson Independent School District Police Department. His dedication to law enforcement spanned 31 years in total. His lengthy career includes 17 years at the Angelina County Sheriff's Office and another four years at the Angelina County Constable's Office - Precinct 1. He leaves behind his wife, four children and three grandchildren. 

 

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