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Famous Figure Skater Devastated By Colorado Cop’s Death: ‘It’s So Sad’

Kaitlan Collins White House Correspondent
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Nancy Kerrigan is devastated by the death of her friend Garrett Swasey, the officer who died responding to a call about a shooting spree inside of a Planned Parenthood Friday.

The 44-year-old had been an officer for the University of Colorado in Colorado Springs for six years.

The famous figure skater choked up while remembering Swasey, who she said was “like a little brother” to her.

(Photo: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)

(Photo: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs)

“It’s so sad,” Kerrigan said. “He has two young kids and they run to him when he comes in the door.”

Officer dies during Planned Parenthood shooting

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She remembered Swasey as a “hard worker” and “great friend.”

“I am not surprised with the way he was living his life, as a police officer helping others,” Kerrigan said. “It makes total sense, he was always like that.”

“He’s still in my heart like a little brother, a true friend, a very loyal, caring person and a good listener. My heart goes out and breaks for [all the victims.]” (RELATED: Chrissy Teigen Urges Fans To Donate To Planned Parenthood After Shooting)

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