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Victim's Family Wants Officer to Receive National Recognition

Victim's Family Wants Officer to Receive National Recognition

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(KSL News) -- The family of victim Vanessa Quinn wants Ogden police officer Ken Hammond to receive national recognition.

Hammond was off duty and dining with his wife at Trolley Square when the shooting began Monday night. Quinn's father, Kenny Antrobus, says if officer Hammond hadn't taken action more people would have died.

Senator Orrin Hatch has said he will help in the effort to have Hammond recognized for his bravery.

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