Minnesota Moment: Edina Police Officer Jumps into Action to Help Family

June 28, 2018 10:27 PM

When an Edina police officer responded to a call for service at a gas station on Vernon Avenue, she noticed a family of six - including two children - living out of their van.

So she jumped into action, reaching out to fellow officers and others in the community to get them assistance.



Frank Rajkowski

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