GREENSBORO, NC (WFMY) -- The Triad is in deep mourning after the loss of fallen officer Jared William Franks.

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Franks, 24, died Saturday when his car collided with another police car responding to a robbery call near South Elm Eugene Street and Webster Road in Greensboro.

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Several have shared their condolences for Franks via social media and official statements.

This tweet came from Mayor Nancy Vaughn. Along with her condolences, she acknowledged the great scarifies that first responders make every day in order to keep us all safe.

The UNC Greensboro Police paid their condolences via Facebook with the post below.

Congressman Mark Walker paid his respects to the fallen officer by offering prayer for Franks family and the Greensboro Police Department.

The City of Greensboro Fire Department let the Greensboro Police Department know that they are not alone during this tragic time stating on Facebook... "Our thoughts are with our GPD family during this difficult time."

Guilford County Sheriff-elect Danny Rogers also offered condolences through a statement:

I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to the family and friends of members of the Greensboro Police Department as they mourn the loss of one their own last night. Chief Scott and the members of your department have my prayers and unwavering support now and forthcoming.

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