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NYPD reeling after 9th officer suicide

CBS News Thursday, 15 August 2019
A 25-year veteran with the New York Police Department took his own life, less than one day after another officer died by suicide. Commissioner James O'Neill is struggling with the news. Jeff Pegues reports.
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