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Long road back: Reserve officer nearly killed a year ago cherishes life

May 2, 2011

Post & Mail photo/Phil Smith Adam Schrader enjoys playing music and spending time with his daughter while recovering from a near-fatal crash in March of 2010.

COLUMBIA CITY — Sheriff reserve officer Adam Schrader sped toward a possible suicide, his last thoughts, gone now forever, were likely of the sense of urgency to get to the scene and prevent a tragedy.
His next conscious thought came weeks later with both his skull and his shoulder crushed.
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