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Deputy shot dead by man who caused mass hunt, “Florida Blue Alert” cured in hospital

The family of the Taylor County MP, whose shooting sparked a massive hunt and sparked the “Florida Blue Alert” for his suspected shooter, said his condition is improving as he continues to recover at the hospital. according to a WCTV report.

Tallahassee TV reported that MP Troy Andersen was reportedly in stable condition at UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, where he was taken by air.

A family member said he was shot in the jaw, neck and arm and needed reconstructive surgery on his face.

A family post on Facebook shows that Anderson was able to interact somewhat with family members by lifting his thumb up and shaking their hands.

The man accused of shooting Anderson, Gregory Miedem, was killed while trying to break into the house on Wednesday morningsaid the authorities.

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on the topic: A man in the Florida Blue Alert Center was killed in a shootout with the owner of the house.

Deputies have found Midem dead in a Dixie County home after a 10-hour search, said during a press conference the special agent of the Department of Law Enforcement of Florida Mark Perez.

Apparently, Miedema broke into a resident’s home just above the Taylor-Dixie County line and exchanged shots with the homeowner. Miedema was killed and the landlord was wounded in the shoulder.

The Blue Alarm in Florida was announced after Andersen was shot three times while stopping on the 19th South U.S. about six miles south of Salem around 10pm on Tuesday.

Blue alerts are issued when a law enforcement officer is killed, seriously injured or missing while on duty.

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Deputy shot dead by man who caused mass hunt, “Florida Blue Alert” cured in hospital

The family of the Taylor County MP, whose shooting sparked a massive hunt and sparked the “Florida Blue Alert” for his suspected shooter, said his condition is improving as he continues to recover at the hospital. according to a WCTV report.

Tallahassee TV reported that MP Troy Andersen was reportedly in stable condition at UF Health Shands Hospital in Gainesville, where he was taken by air.

A family member said he was shot in the jaw, neck and arm and needed reconstructive surgery on his face.

A family post on Facebook shows that Anderson was able to interact somewhat with family members by lifting his thumb up and shaking their hands.

The man accused of shooting Anderson, Gregory Miedem, was killed while trying to break into the house on Wednesday morningsaid the authorities.

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on the topic: A man in the Florida Blue Alert Center was killed in a shootout with the owner of the house.

Deputies have found Midem dead in a Dixie County home after a 10-hour search, said during a press conference the special agent of the Department of Law Enforcement of Florida Mark Perez.

Apparently, Miedema broke into a resident’s home just above the Taylor-Dixie County line and exchanged shots with the homeowner. Miedema was killed and the landlord was wounded in the shoulder.

The Blue Alarm in Florida was announced after Andersen was shot three times while stopping on the 19th South U.S. about six miles south of Salem around 10pm on Tuesday.

Blue alerts are issued when a law enforcement officer is killed, seriously injured or missing while on duty.

Copyright 2022, WJXT News4Jax & The Associated Press – All rights reserved.

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