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A fund is being set up to help the family of a police officer who died on duty. PC Andrew Bramma was killed in a crash as he responded to an emergency call near Ripon in North Yorkshire last weekend.
The county's Police Federation is launching the fund. It made the following statement on its website.
The Federation hopes to have banking arrangements in place early next week. It says the Chief Constable has agreed to formally launch the fund.
Tributes have continued to flood in for North Yorkshire police officer who died in a car crash just outside West Tanfield near Ripon on Saturday.
PC Andrew Bramma was a husband and father of two boys. Hundreds have signed an online book of condolence and a wreath has been laid at the National Police Memorial in London. The Home Secretary has also paid tribute.
Tributes have continued to be paid to PC Andrew Bramma - the police officer killed in a car crash on Saturday.
It happened just outside the village of West Tanfield near Ripon, while he was on his way to an emergency call. Adam Fowler reports.
This morning, at the National Police Memorial at the Mall in London, chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation John Tully laid a wreath in memory of PC Bramma.
Sgt Stubbs thanked police officers and members of the public from around the country who have sent messages of condolence and expressions of support.
Officers at Greater Manchester Police have paid tribute to Pc Andrew Bramma who was sadly killed whilst on duty in North Yorkshire on Saturday.
Andrew joined Greater Manchester Police in October 2008, before leaving in August 2012 to transfer to North Yorkshire Constabulary.
Andrew spent his almost four years service with GMP on the Rochdale division, working as a response officer.
North Yorkshire Police have opened an online book of condolence for those wishing to pay tribute to Pc Andrew Bramma who was killed in a crash. The book of condolence is here.
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The former colleagues of a police officer who died in a road accident in North Yorkshire pay their respects.
North Yorkshire Police's temporary Chief Constable has led the tributes to PC Andrew Bramma, who tragically died while on duty.