A special constable has sadly died, months after being struck by a vehicle as he dealt with a road traffic collision.
Special Constable Resham Singh Nahal, of West Midlands Police, suffered multiple fractures to his leg in Oldbury on 8th November 2019.
SC Nahal was at home recovering from his life-changing injuries when he died. He had been with West Midlands Police for 15 years.
West Midlands Chief Constable Dave Thompson said:
‘I was devastated that on 26th June, Special Constable Resham Singh Nahal died at his home.
‘Resham was at home after suffering life-changing injuries from an RTC when on duty last year.
‘I spoke to him on the Monday on the week of his death, and we discussed how he could continue as a Special and how he was recovering.
‘He was an honourable officer and a man of great faith.
‘A post mortem will determine if his death relates to his injury but the force will honour his service when his funeral can take place’.
A spokesperson for the National Sikh Police Association said:
‘It is with a heavy heart we share the devastating news of the death of Special Constable Resham Singh Nahal.
‘We send our sincere condolences to his family, his colleagues and all affected by this tragic loss’.
West Midlands police and crime commissioner David Jamieson added:
‘Resham was an amazing special constable who volunteered for the force for many years, protecting the public and helping those in need.
‘His death is a tragic loss for his friends, family and colleagues in the police force.
‘My thoughts are with them at this difficult time.’
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