He was killed on June 13th while on duty.
Switalski worked as the fire chief for the Comstock Township Fire Department.
Flags are being lowered to half-staff in Michigan to honor a fire chief, who was struck by a vehicle in Southwestern Michigan. He will be laid to rest after a service Wednesday, June 21st in Kalamazoo.
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In this June 21, 2013 photo, Comstock Fire Chief Wally Culver, left, trains his replacement Edward Switalski at the Comstock Fire Department east station in Comstock Township, Mich. Switalski has died after he was struck by an out-of-control vehicle as he responded to another crash on Interstate 94 in southwestern MI, authorities said Thursday June 15, 2017.
Chief Switalski was about to clear the scene, when a auto plowed right into him. Governor Rick Snyder issued a statement that said Switalski was a dedicated firefighter.
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