Former officer Arnold is now breathing on his own while fighting COVID

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ARNOLD, Mo. – After a few days on life support due to COVID and double pneumonia, former police officer Arnold Ryan O’Connor has now begun to breathe on his own.

O’Connor was shot in the line of duty and nearly killed in December 2017. He was shot in the head by a burglary suspect. O’Connor was driving the suspect to the police station when the suspect, age 29 Chad Klahs, shot himself in the head after shooting O’Connor, and then died. O’Connor was taken to St. Anthony with “life-threatening injuries.” But made it through surgery.

O’Connor’s family prayed and supported him as he battled COVID.

In 2021, his stepson Aidan Gansner, 21, took an oath to protect and serve, representing the same police department. He fulfills his dream to follow in his stepfather’s footsteps. O’Connor sat in the front row of the graduation ceremony.

https://fox2now.com/news/missouri/former-arnold-officer-now-breathing-on-his-own-as-he-fights-covid/ Former officer Arnold is now breathing on his own while fighting COVID

Charles Jones

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