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Border Patrol IDs agent involved in fatal collision southwest of Tucson
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Border Patrol IDs agent involved in fatal collision southwest of Tucson

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The U.S. Border Patrol has identified the agent who died in a head-on collision outside of Sells early Saturday morning.

Daniel P. Cox was a BORSTAR supervisory agent who served 24 years on the force, said John Modlin, the Chief Patrol Agent of the Tucson sector.

At 12:20 a.m., Cox and another motorist were involved in a crash on State Route 86 near mile marker 128. Despite lifesaving efforts, both the agent and the motorist died.

Details are still limited at this time.


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