A Walmart worker – and retired cop – died tragically in an accident that left him pinned between two trucks. 

The incident occurred at a distribution facility in Raymond, New Hampshire, at 10 a.m. Thursday morning. James Tomlinson, 54, was inspecting a trailer when a tractor-trailer “lunged forward” and pinned him between the 2 automobiles. 

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EMS workers responded and tried to maintain up Tomlinson alive, nonetheless he died at the facility, a medical educated talked about. 

“We are heartbroken over the loss of our associate, James,” a Walmart information talked about in a press launch to (*2*). (*2*) 

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Raymond Police Chief Michael LaBell educated reporters that Tomlinson had joined Walmart after working for over a decade as a police officer, first as a Deerfield police officer, then a Raymond police officer till 2012. 

The police don’t suspect approved practice or foul play, WMUR reported. 

LaBell educated (*2*) that Tomlinson was “one of the most thoughtful, honest and caring individuals a person could know.” 

“He lived a life of serving others through his acts of volunteerism and responsibilities as a former law enforcement officer and soldier in the Army National Guard,” LaBell continued. “He will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.”