Boy calls 911 to say he loves cops after officer killed

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In February, the Prince William County Police Department suffered the loss of officer Ashley Guindon, who was working her first shift after being sworn in as an officer. She was fatally shot responding to a 911 call at a home in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Two other officers were also wounded in that incident but survived.

A day after the tragedy, police say their 911 call center received a call from a young child.

He didn't have an emergency, but had a message that police found very touching.

The call center says it receives more than 185,000 emergency calls a year. But this is one they'll never forget.