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SEAFORD, Long Island (PIX11) -- Brian Moore, a 25-year-old New York City officer posthumously promoted to detective, was laid to rest Friday, days after he died from injuries he suffered when a suspect he tried to stop in Queens pulled out a gun and fired multiple shots into his squad car.
Tens of thousands of mourners attended the funeral of at Saint James Roman Catholic Church in Seaford, Long Island.
Moore had been on the force for barely five years when he was killed in the line of duty. Police Commissioner William Bratton said in his short career, Moore -- who was the son and nephew of retired NYPD sergeants -- "had already proved himself to be an exceptional young officer."
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