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February 21st — Georgia State Senate adopted a resolution, recognizing Major Tommy Bradford's brave and selfless service in Law Enforcement.He and his family were invited to the Capitol to receive the resolution that was presented by Senator Jeff Mullis. Sheriff Ray Cross and his wife were also there to witness the proud event.To recall, Major Bradford lost his leg and sustained other injuries after being run over by the suspect vehicle in a high-speed car chase. The trauma he suffered from the accident was great but not greater than the love and support he received from people everywhere.He said in a letter, "Words can never express the gratitude we have felt from all of the prayers, calls, texts, cards, food, and monetary gifts. We continue to be amazed at the massive amount of encouragement and kindness given to my family, and I will forever remember it all."Major Bradford has been in Law Enforcement at Dade County since 1993 and continues to serve with inspiring commitment. He is, as he said, a true testament of answered prayers.Hats off to him!Read the article at Times Free Press and at the NewsChannel to learn more about his story.