Ted Benda Obituary – Passed Away! Ted Benda kicked the bucket Tuesday, five days in the wake of smashing his watch vehicle while reacting to a bring in upper east Iowa.
“The people of the Iowa State Patrol and Department of Public Safety are crushed to declare the deficiency of one of our own, Trooper Ted Benda,” as per an assertion delivered Tuesday evening.
Benda, who had been with the Iowa State Patrol beginning around 2016 and before that with the Division of Criminal Investigation starting around 2005, leaves behind his significant other, Holly, and four little youngsters, the State Patrol announced.
Benda, 37, was helping the Clayton County Sheriff’s Office with a call for administration around 11:30 p.m. Thursday when he was associated with a solitary vehicle crash on Highway 51, around six miles north of Postville, the State Patrol announced a week ago.
Benda was carried to Gundersen Lutheran Hospital in La Crosse, Wis., where he was in basic condition for a very long time. State Patrol Sgt. Alex Dinkla said Friday he doesn’t have the foggiest idea how the accident happened, however Benda was driving at high velocity to react to the call for administration. Benda had not yet shown up at the call site when the accident occurred, and Dinkla accepts a bystander called 911.
The impact is being scrutinized.
Benda joined the DCI in 2005, allocated to the Special Enforcement Operations Bureau in Marquette. He moved to the State Patrol in 2016, allocated to District 8 in Mason City and most as of late working out of the District 10 office in Oelwein.
“He isn’t just a significant piece of the Department of Public Safety, however he was all the more critically a caring spouse, father, child and sibling,” the State Patrol said. “Kindly keep the Benda family in your musings and supplications as they face this impossible misfortune.”
Gov. Kim Reynolds said she was “profoundly disheartened” by Benda’s demise.