Army Special Agent Collapses and Dies

WEST POINT – An Army Criminal Investigation Command special agent collapsed and died during a physical fitness test at West Point last Tuesday, military officials announced.
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Liquat Khan, 51, collapsed and died during a run at West Point and was pronounced dead at Keller Army Community Hospital.

“Words cannot express how saddened and deeply affected we are by Special Agent Khan’s death,” said Maj. Gen. David Glaser, head of the US Army Criminal Investigation Command and the provost marshal general of the Army. “He joined the Army after 9/11 because he wanted to serve the country that had given so much to him and his family. He was a patriot, a true professional, an incredible special agent and he will be sorely missed.”

His cause of death is under investigation, but foul play is not suspected, authorities said.

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