Brit policeman passes away after freak mishap at his engagement celebration|World News

    Liam Trimmer with his arm wrapped around his fiancé, both smiling

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    Liam Trimmer and his fiancée were all set to reveal their engagement to their enjoyed ones (Picture: Liam Trimmer)

    A law enforcement officer who appeared on the BBC’s Wanted Down Under died after falling and cutting his neck at his engagement party.

    Liam Trimmer, 29, left the UK for Australia as a teenager before appearing on the BBC One police show, filmed just a year later.

    On the show he gave a Scottish teenager, aspiring to join the police, advice on life in Australia before they migrated, MailOnline reported.

    Now the constable has died after suffering a fatal neck injury at a party his fiancée organised to announce their engagement to friends and family on Sunday, March 10.

    The ‘extraordinary’ young man suffered massive bleeding after cutting the carotid artery in his neck when he slipped and fell at a property in Western Australia.

    People attending the party tried to save Liam but they were unable to stop the bleeding, according to Western Australia Police Commissioner Col Blanch.

    Liam died before emergency services arrived.

    Blanch told 9 News Perth: ‘Everything was done to try and save him, but it wasn’ t to be and I understand everybody that was included is actually, actually injuring at the minute.

    Liam Trimmer wrapped warm in a black coat over a white t-shirt as he's stood with his hands in his pockets next to a black lamp post as snowflakes fall onto a white carpet of snow

    Liam moved from the UK to Australia ‘to start a new life’ when he was a teen (Picture: Liam Trimmer)

    ‘I think they wish they could just wake up from this nightmare.’

    It is not yet clear how Liam suffered the deadly neck injury and the situations will be examined at an inquest.

    There will be a post-mortem assessment on Liam’s body and the coroner is anticipated to make a declaration concerning his death in a matter of days.

    Liam had actually transferred to the state of Western Australia in 2013 when he was a teen.

    He finished from Australia’s Joondalup Police Academy before moving to the city of Kalgoorlie, 370 miles east of Perth, in 2017.

    The ‘very capable, confident’ guy ended up being a popular member of the neighborhood, betting the regional rugby group and signing up with the police’s tactical action group.

    Liam’s death triggered cops associates, political leaders and the regional neighborhood to grieve and celebrate this ‘valued member of the blue family’.

    Blanch stated: ‘This extraordinary officer loved helping the community and was a fine example of WA policing and it’ s simply such a catastrophe.

    ‘(He was) a very, very confident, capable young man with his whole life ahead of him, and that’ s how unfortunate this is.

    ‘It’ s crucial now for us to twist around each other, to lean on each other.

    ‘Can I thank the community and those involved – first responders and the broader parts of the community – for really offering their support to the family and fellow officers?’

    Paul Gale, president of the Western Australia Police Union, stated: ‘Every time a death occurs for a police officer, it doesn’ t matter how, it actually does rock the core of the cops household.’

    The state’s deputy premier Rita Saffioti explained Liam’s death as an ‘terrible, terrible catastrophe.

    She stated: ‘As I comprehend it, this policeman came by from the UK to begin a brand-new life in WA.

    ‘My condolences go out to the family and friends of that particular officer.’

    An authorities representative informed The West Australian: ‘Our ideas and inmost acknowledgements are reached his household and associates.

    ‘Our health, welfare and safety division will provide support to those impacted by this tragedy.’

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