Sergeant

Paul Antony KILKEARY

YEAR OF DEATH

1989

JURISDICTION

New South Wales

DETAILS OF DEATH

On 4 September 1989 Sergeant Kilkeary attended a Police baton training session at Mittagong. During this training he was thrown to the ground falling heavily on the protective training mats. In the weeks following the Sergeant’s health deteriorated due to cardiac insufficiency. About 2.55pm on 29 October 1989 he was standing in the Charge Room at the Bowral Police Station where he collapsed. He was conveyed to the Bowral Hospital where he was found to be dead on arrival. The Sergeant was born in 1946 and joined the New South Wales Police Service on 15 May 1967. At the time of his death he was stationed at Bowral.

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