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(Posted 7 a.m., Nov. 14)
RCMP officer killed in B.C. crash was former St. Peter student
By Fred Sherwin
Orléans Online

Former Orléans resident and St. Peter High School grad Adrian Oliver died in the line of duty while returning to his RCMP detachment on Tuesday morning. File photo

An RCMP officer killed in a horrific crash in Surrey, B.C. on Nov. 13 was a former student at St. Peter High School in Orléans.

Adrian Oliver, 28, was returning to his Surrey detachment in an unmarked police car early Tuesday morning when he collided with a transport truck. He was pronounced dead at the scene. He is survived his mother and father and two brothers, including his twin, who is also an RCMP officer and former St. Peter student.

His father is Chief Supt. Joseph Oliver, director general of border integrity in the RCMP's federal and international operations department.

The twin brothers joined the RCMP together in December 2008. Adrian was posted to the Surrey detachment in June 2009. His brother is based in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.

It is believed Oliver graduated from St. Peter in June 2008. He is the second RCMP officer with Orléans roots to die in the line of duty in recent years. Cst. Christopher Worden was shot to death while pursuing a suspect in Hay River, N.W.T. on Oct. 6, 2006.

Messages to Cst. Oliver's family and friends can me sent to Condolences_Condoleances@rcmp-grc,gc,ca. A Facebook page has also been created ar http://www.facebook.com/RIPConstableOliver?ref=ts&fref=ts.

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