Idaho Reserve Officer Dies After Head-On-Wreck
You may remember his story best from a viral video of a Salt Lake City nurse getting arrested for protecting his rights but we know him best from his selfless acts, kindness, generosity, and service to the state of Idaho.
Bill Gray was the patient in critical condition after a bad crash that sparked a nationwide viral video where a nurse would not allow Salt Lake City police officer's to draw his blood without consent. Bill had done nothing wrong. He was a part time officer for the Rigby, Idaho Police Department and he drove an 18-wheeler full time. That 18-wheeler ended up in a bad crash that burned his body so bad that he eventually lost his life after months of battling.
Bill was the type of guy that would do anything for anyone. He used to use his personal ATV to plow a path for kids to walk to school through during the winter months. Bill was always making people laugh with jokes and stories. He was one of those guys that saw good in everyone and always tried to do the right thing. The good thing. This world is far worse off without Bill.
Bill's hospital bills were over $20,000 and his family is still over $7,000 short of payment. A GoFundMe page has been set up in hopes of helping to put this man to rest and allow his family to mourn without the financial burdens that are there.
Here's what the Rigby Police Department posted on their Facebook page...