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Sheriff Deputy Dies During World Police and Fire Games

Sheriff Deputy Dies During World Police and Fire Games

A reserve Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputy died Friday while participating in the mountain biking competition at the 2017 World Police & Fire Games.

Deputy Jacob Castroll has served as a reserve deputy since 2010 in the sheriff’s Malibu-Lost Hills Station.

He was 68, according to the Association For Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs.

NBC 4 reports that he was taken to Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital in “full (cardiac) arrest,” county fire Inspector Joey Marron said.

A father of three with four grandchildren, Deputy Castroll was known by all as a generous man who always looked out for the wellbeing of his loved ones.

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