Slain Officer Autopsy Reveals Final Act

Officer Jeremy Henwood managed to move to the side of the road after being shot

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    San Diego Police Department
    Officer Jeremy Henwood, 37, was shot in City Heights on Aug. 6, 2011.

    A recently released medical report about Officer Jeremy Henwood revealed that he safely moved his police car after being shot.

    The report states that although Henwood was shot in the face, he somehow managed to pull his vehicle to the side of the road and place it in park. Bystanders rushed to the scene to help him, but the officer died shortly after.

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    Henwood was also an organ donor and doctors were able to use his heart, lungs, kidneys and other tissue, according to the medical report.

    Anyone who would like to donate to officer Henwood's memorial fund can mail a check to the San Diego Police Officer Association at:

    Officer Jeremy Henwood Family Trust
    c/o San Diego Police Officers Association
    8388 Vickers Street, San Diego, CA 92111