Fundraiser Set for Bossier Deputy Struck by Vehicle at School
Last month, Bossier Sheriff’s Deputy Daniel Golden was injured in the line of duty. The 37-year-old officer was struck by a vehicle while he was directing traffic in front of Platt Elementary School on January 24th just before 7 a.m. According to the Shreveport Times, Golden suffered a broken leg and head injuries (including a concussion). He was treated at Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport and is currently trying to recover from his injuries. Unfortunately, the road to wellness for Deputy Golden will likely be a long and expensive one.
That's why the awesome people at Sonic are hosting a fundraiser for Daniel and his family. On Tuesday, February 19th, at the Sonic locations in Haughton, Benton and in Bossier City will donate a portion of their proceeds directly to Deputy Golden and his family. If you can't make the time to grab a foot-long chili-cheese for a great cause, the fine folks at Barksdale Federal Credit Union would love to take your donation to help out this incredible family.