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State Patrol sergeant who conquered death hangs up his badge

10:44 AM, Jul. 11, 2013
Sgt. Brad Seymour of Brownsville retired from the Wisconsin State Patrol in June. His 35-year career was nearly cut short in 1986 when he was struck by a squad car while handling a stop on the side of the road.
Sgt. Brad Seymour of Brownsville retired from the Wisconsin State Patrol in June. His 35-year career was nearly cut short in 1986 when he was struck by a squad car while handling a stop on the side of the road.
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Life is fleeting.

Need proof? Just ask Brad and Mary Seymour of Brownsville.

The newlyweds moved to Sauk County in 1978 so Brad, then 20, could start his career with the Wisconsin State Patrol. He was assigned to traffic patrol, typical of new hires. ...

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