Troopers visit little girl of fallen comrade as she recovers from crash

He may be gone, but he is far from forgotten. That’s the message troopers with the Georgia State Patrol are sending the family of an off-duty trooper killed in a car crash in Crisp County during severe weather earlier this month.

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Georgia Department of Public Safety shared a photo Wednesday afternoon on their Facebook page showing two troopers visiting Savannah, the 3-year-old daughter of Trooper Tyler Parker, who has been recovering from the March 19 crash.

Trooper Parker was driving his personal vehicle when he was involved in a single-car crash. First responders believe Parker's truck hydroplaned as a line of powerful storms raced through the area.

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He was laid to rest over the weekend in a ceremony attended by Governor Nathan Deal, more than a hundred of his fellow troopers, and several hundred more friends and family.

In the photo shared Wednesday, Savannah appears all smiles as she is flanked by two troopers, a Chick-fil-A cow, and holding a coloring book. No word on when she will be released from the hospital.