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Fund for sons of PC Andrew Bramma reaches £20,000
9:53am Wednesday 21st August 2013 in News
THE fund for the young sons of a police officer killed as he responded to an emergency call has reached £20,000.
PC Andrew Bramma died when the police van he was driving left the road and hit a tree near Ripon in January.
Following his death, a fund was set up for his children Jack and Sam, who were aged only three years old and 11 months at the time of their father’s death.
Sgt Mike Stubbs, of North Yorkshire Police Federation, who set up the fund, said: “Thanks to donations from members of the public, police officers around the country, and in particular, Andrew’s former colleagues in North Yorkshire and Greater Manchester Police, together with members of Stanningley Rugby League Club where he played, more than £20,000 has been raised for the “Jack And Sam Fund”. But we are aiming to substantially increase that in the coming months.”
Donations to the fund can be made by cheque payable to “NYPF Jack And Sam Fund” or by electronic bank transfer to the fund account, sort code 08 60 01 account number 20303088.
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