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Auburndale native honored 50 years after death

3:11 PM, Jun. 18, 2013
Dale Krings
Dale Krings
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A rest stop in San Mateo County, Calif., has become a lasting tribute to California Highway Patrol Officer and Auburndale native Dale Krings, 50 years after he was gunned down while on duty.

In May, a sign was added to the Crystal Springs Safety Roadside Rest Area, located on the east side of Interstate Highway 280, just north of the Highway 92 intersection near Hillsboro. The site, renamed the Dale M. Krings Memorial Rest Area, is known for its 26-foot statue of Father Junipero Serra. It also has been renovated to include a California Highway Patrol drop-in center.

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