Go Fund Me Created For Fallen SCHP Trooper’s Family

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SCHP Trooper Daniel Rebman – Photo Provided

Go Fund Me link: https://www.gofundme.com/trooper-daniel-rebman

Early Tuesday morning, Trooper Daniel Keith Rebman of the South Carolina Highway Patrol was struck and critically injured.  He was sitting stationary in his patrol vehicle on the emergency lane of I-385 near Greenville, S.C. when he was struck from behind by a pick-up truck. Details on the incident can be found by clicking this link.  Sadly, Trooper Rebman passed away from his injuries around 3pm on October 24th.

Trooper Rebman was a new trooper with the Highway Patrol in the Upstate, having graduated from the SC Criminal Justice Academy on September 2016.  He is survived by his wife and three young daughters who are 2, 4, and 5 years old.

Donations are being raised to support his family following this tragic loss. Please help us give back to the family of a hero who gave his life in service to others.

This fundraiser is endorsed by the South Carolina Department of Public Safety and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Assistance Program (SCLEAP).  It is coordinated by Heroes In Blue, a 501c3 nonprofit organization committed to promoting positive police and community relationships through empathy and action and to providing support to the families of fallen officers.  Heroes In Blue was founded by Kassy Alia in memory of Officer Gregory Alia who was shot and killed in the line of duty on September 30th, 2015.

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Graphic created by Colt Roy – SConFire.com Staff

About Colt Roy

Editor and Photojournalist for SConFire.com. Currently employed by the Department of Defense as a Firefighter/EMT. Past North Charleston Fire Department and Whitesville Fire Department. Colt is also the owner of 3 House Photography where his work that doesn't go to SConFire.com is published. You can also follow Colt's work at Heliweb Magazine where he serves as the Online Content Editor. Colt uses Canon gear and is currently shooting with 5D Mkiii and 6D cameras along with the 24-105 F4L, 70-200 2.8L IS ii, and 14 2.8L ii Canon lenses along with the Sigma 50 1.4 Art and 150-600 Sport lenses. Colt also uses a 360Fly HD 360 camera to capture events as they unfold.