CHINO, Calif. – A San Bernardino County Sheriff’s deputy was killed in a suspected DUI raffic collision on Sunday.
Deputy Nicholas O’Loughlin, 28, was off-duty at the time of the collision in the early morning hours in the City of Chino. Shortly after midnight Chino Police responded to the traffic collision. When they arrived, they found Nicholas in his vehicle that had been struck by another vehicle. Nicholas did not survive the collision and the collision is being investigated as a D.U.I. and vehicular manslaughter.
“Nicholas joined the department on July 8, 2017 and after graduating from the academy, he was assigned to the West Valley Detention,” said San Bernardino County Sheriff’s officials. “Nicholas left a positive impression on his friends and coworkers and will be deeply missed.”
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