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Federal K9 killed in tragic accident

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After just two months of service, a Federal explosives detection canine died while en route to an assignment at the Detroit Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank, reported Wednesday's publication of Law

On Monday, K9 "Remi," a German shepherd, was ejected through the window of her handler's vehicle after the car slid into a concrete barrier after hitting ice.

Remi died after another car subsequently hit her; that car fled the scene.

According to the publication, condolences may be sent to:

Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago - Detroit Branch Police
1600 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48207

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