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  • Waterman
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    Thanks guys.....his family and friends will appreciate the kind words!!

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  • exComptonCop
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    God, please give strength to the loved ones whom this brother has left behind.

    Rest in peace now, you will surely be missed

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  • irishdep
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    I'm sorry for your loss and my condolences to his family as well as your department. RIP brother.

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  • VACOP1
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    Rest in PEACE Phil Berte.

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  • Entre Nous
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    Sorry to hear of the tragic loss for you and your department, Waterman.

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  • Waterman
    started a topic We lost a Brother......

    We lost a Brother......

    I regret to inform the forum that we lost one of our Officers, Phil Berte, last Sunday night to fatal motorcycle crash, he will be missed more than words can describe!!
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    South Broward County news briefs

    Posted April 11 2007


    Hollywood

    Motorcycle hits guardrail, killing off-duty police officer



    LocalLinks

    An off-duty police officer died early Tuesday when his motorcycle crashed into a guardrail, Hollywood police spokesman Capt. Tony Rode said.

    Philip Berte, 56, was riding a Harley-Davidson eastbound in the 500 block of Dania Beach Boulevard about 2 a.m. when the crash occurred just east of the drawbridge that leads to State Road A1A.

    Berte had just crossed over the bridge and was on an elevated traffic loop when he hit the rail and was thrown to the pavement below.

    A Hollywood police officer saw Berte lying in the road some time later and called for help. Paramedics took him to Broward General Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, where he died.

    Berte, an Indian Creek Village police officer in Miami-Dade County, was not wearing a helmet.

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