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York County, Rock Hill residents flock to honor fallen deputy at funeral procession 3:24

York County, Rock Hill residents flock to honor fallen deputy at funeral procession

4 York County officers shot and injured in overnight manhunt 7:24

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York Co. sheriff tells hundreds at vigil for officer, 'we've got your back' 2:29

York Co. sheriff tells hundreds at vigil for officer, 'we've got your back'

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