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On 6-12-2022 at approximately 2:30 am. Trooper Lyndon Johnson was parked on the shoulder of Southbound PBGT in Grand Prairie (Dallas County) with a DWI suspect in custody.  A wrecker was on scene impounding the suspect vehicle.  Trooper Johnson and the suspect were inside the patrol car when they were struck from behind by another passing vehicle.  The driver of the vehicle who struck the troopers unit exited his vehicle and was walking toward the patrol car when he was struck and killed by a third passing vehicle.  The third vehicle continued south on PGBT and fled the scene.  The trooper and arrested subject were transported to Dallas Methodist Hospital.  Trooper Johnson received a significant injury to his hip, dislocation and fracture, which required surgery later in the day on 6-12-2022.

The expectation is good for Trooper Johnson’s recovery but will be very lengthy.  He will be confined to a wheelchair for approximately 3 months and several months of rehabilitation following that.

100% of funds raised through Help a hero will benefit Trooper Johnson.  


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Critical Incident

On 6-12-2022 at approximately 2:30 am. Trooper Lyndon Johnson was parked on the shoulder of Southbound PBGT in Grand Prairie...

On 6-12-2022 at approximately 2:30 am. Trooper Lyndon Johnson was parked on the shoulder of Southbound PBGT in Grand Prairie (Dallas County) with a DWI suspect in custody.  A wrecker was on scene impounding the suspect vehicle.  Trooper Johnson and the suspect were inside the patrol car when they were struck from behind by another passing vehicle.  The driver of the vehicle who struck the troopers unit exited his vehicle and was walking toward the patrol car when he was struck and killed by a third passing vehicle.  The third vehicle continued south on PGBT and fled the scene.  The trooper and arrested subject were transported to Dallas Methodist Hospital.  Trooper Johnson received a significant injury to his hip, dislocation and fracture, which required surgery later in the day on 6-12-2022.

The expectation is good for Trooper Johnson’s recovery but will be very lengthy.  He will be confined to a wheelchair for approximately 3 months and several months of rehabilitation following that.

100% of funds raised through Help a hero will benefit Trooper Johnson.  

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Alan Bicking
Friendship Love and Truth
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Michael Hanna
Retired UT System PD. Get better soon!
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Marlene Henson
I respect and appreciate law enforcement. Wish I could affod morw.
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Randy Zieschang
Get well soon brother!
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Charles Booker Jr
Get well soon! cbj
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Trooper L.P. Adams
Get well soon!
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Al Eason
We are praying for you and wish you a speedy recovery.
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DPS Dive Recovery Team
Get well soon
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David Lange
Hope you heal quickly. DPS DL - Lubbock - Retired
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Beth Brown
Thank you for your service. God Bless you and I pray for your speedy recovery!
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Brittany Feagans
Donating to a brother in blue. Get well soon!
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Lisa Sagnibene
Praying for a speedy recovery and plenty of prayers- Blue Family forever! The Sagnibenes
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Rachel McCord
Prayers for healing and recovery.
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Carol Bayens
We appreciate your service which you knew was dangerous and accepted the risk
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Amanda Brown
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family we hope you have a quick recovery.
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Isabel Torres
Praying for you vast recovery officer Johnson.
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Anonymous
I donated due to this hero! God bless you greatly sir!
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Ericka O’Malley
Praying for your recovery! Thank you for your service!!
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Richard Krenek
Be devoted to your rehabilitation and come back to work very soon.
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Armando Garza
Prayers for a full recovery!! God Bless
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Anthony Patlan
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Linda Robertson
Being the parent of a State Trooper, I hope if he was injured on the job, others would donate. I respect anyone who bears the weight of the badge. Love and prayers to you and wish for a speedy recovery.
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Cindy Due
Prayers for a speedy recovery. Thank you for your service.
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Jesus Rivas III
Since my brother is Tx Trooper, you’re my brother too. Don’t give up and get back on your feet Trooper! Thank you for your service to the state!
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Anonymous
Hope you have a speedy recovery, I'm glad you are ok. Be strong brother.
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Susan Robison
He is one of ours.
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Tracy Fuentez
Thank you for your service. Get well soon
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Mike Cerda
Get Well Soon Brother
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Tobie Walker
One blue line family to another!! God speed! 💙
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Susana Urbanczyk
Thank you to you and your family for the sacrifice. God bless you with a full recovery.

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