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California rookie officer Natalie Corona fatally shot responding to crash

USATODAY.com Friday, 11 January 2019
California rookie officer Natalie Corona fatally shot responding to crashA police officer who had been on the job only a few weeks was shot and killed by a suspect who opened fire as she was investigating a three-car crash, authorities in Northern California said.
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Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona, who was sworn in two weeks ago, was shot and killed by a gunman after responding to a traffic collision. The shooter was later found dead. Anne Makovec reports. (1/11/19)

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