6 months after crash, officer battling back

Savage police officer Frank Mackall suffered a severe head injury in a crash in January. He talks to KARE 11 about what has been driving him through a long recovery. "My ultimate goal is to get back to doing the job that I was doing before, which is helping the people of Savage," Mackall says.
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Savage police officer Frank Mackall suffered a severe head injury in a crash in January. He talks to KARE 11 about what has been driving him through a long recovery. "My ultimate goal is to get back to doing the job that I was doing before, which is helping the people of Savage," Mackall says.

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