California deputy dies six years after collapse from dehydration during SWAT ...

California deputy has died after being kept alive for SIX years following a collapse from dehydration during tryouts for SWAT when he was 29 Orange County Sheriff Department Deputy Carlos Cammon died Friday night  He never regained consciousness after collapsing during a SWAT training exercise in 2013 and had been kept alive for six years Cammon was said to have suffered dehydration, which led to organ failure Cammon received a medal of courage in 2010 after helping to stop a man from attacking a woman with a knife at a restaurant while he was off duty  

By Maxine Shen

Published: 23:29 BST, 25 August 2019 | Updated: 23:29 BST, 25 August 2019

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A California sheriff's deputy has died from the injuries he sustained after collapsing during a SWAT training exercise six years ago.  

California's Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes 

on Twitter Saturday that Orange County Sheriff's Department Deputy Carlos Cammon died Friday night 'after succumbing to injuries suffered during a SWAT tryout in 2013.'

Barnes wrote that Cammon had been 29 year old and a six-year veteran of the department when he sustained his injuries during the 2013 training exercise. 

Orange County Sheriff's Department Deputy Carlos Cammon died Friday night, six years after he collapsed during a SWAT training exercise in 2013

Orange County Sheriff's Department Deputy Carlos Cammon died Friday night, six years after he collapsed during a SWAT training exercise in 2013

Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes revealed Cammon had died on Twitter Saturday

Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes revealed Cammon had died on Twitter Saturday

Cammon was said to have collapsed from what appeared to have been 'severe dehydration and cardiac issues' during the exercise. 

The Association of Orange County Deputy Sheriffs' president,

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