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Greenville Police Dog Dies After Off-Duty Accident

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Courtesy: Greenville PD Facebook Courtesy: Greenville PD Facebook

The Greenville Police Department says their K9 Officer Gio died Saturday from injuries he received after jumping out of a vehicle, and getting hit by another vehicle on Woodruff Road, near Scuffletown Road.

Greenville Police posted the information on its facebook page Saturday night. Officers say Gio died as a result of his injuries from the off-duty accident.

Police say they will release plans for a remembrance service at a later date.

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