Awesome video, makes great memories for all to show how much all police and fireman are all a big fam.
Fascinating, how much of the 'normal' traffic going the other way also stopped. That probably happened the whole route..
Very touching. It's impressive that some people still follow the old standard of common courtesy and etiquette of stopping when there's a funeral procession passing you. I just wish there would have been more respectful people on 114 when my dad's, former Boyd police chief Tom Barnett, funeral procession went down it.
How sad that we don't show this much respect to our public servants until death. God bless the Hardy family
About the only thing I can think of to say is....WOW!A question, though. Was there this big a procession for that Plano officer that was killed by the "Colorado Seven" escapees a few years back?Certainly not saying Mr. Hardy wasn't deserving, but just a question...God Bless his family.
Wonderful Tribute. Too bad we don't see the same thing for the men and women that come back from Iraq in a box. Of course, maybe there is just too many or it has become too routine to read the 20 or more names every week.
8:44, "Texas 7", Irving officer killed on Christmas Eve. The answer is yes, did not make a media event because it was during the holiday season.
Duh 11:06. It's common practice to stop in respect of any funeral procession that is on the roadway.
Thank you for sharing the video. To see the procession in person as they passed the office on 380 was amazing and breath taking. It was definately something you do not see every day. He was a man of True HONOR, and what a video to leave for his girls later on.
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