COBB COUNTY, Ga. (CW69 News at 10) — Family members, public safety officers and state and local officials gathered at Truist Park to pay their final respects to Officer Christopher Eric Ewing.

Ewing was killed in a car crash on April 20 while on duty. The other driver was arrested and charged with DUI and other charges.

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The two-year Smyrna Police Department veteran and Air Force veteran received full military honors at the service and was escorted in with a horse-drawn carriage.

Mayor Derek Norton, Smyrna Police Chief Joseph Bennett and Deputy Chief Robert Harvey were among the officials who delivered remarks. Governor Brian Kemp also attended.

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Officers say safety protocols were in place to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, so the service was not open to the public. However, the public was allowed to line the miles-long motorcade route to the stadium while following social distancing guidelines.

Ewing leaves behind a wife and three children.

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