WATCH IN FULL: The funeral procession and regimental funeral service for Const. Daniel Woodall in its entirety.
EDMONTON — On Wednesday, our city came together to say goodbye to fallen Edmonton police Const. Daniel Woodall.
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A procession left the Alberta Legislature at 9:30 a.m. and made its way to the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. There, a regimental funeral and celebration of life began at 11:30 a.m.
Global News livestreamed the procession and funeral online and broadcast the last half hour of the procession on TV as well as the entire regimental funeral service.
Edmonton police invited the public to attend the regimental funeral. Officials expected 5,600 people to attend.
Members of the public also had the opportunity to pay their respects along the funeral procession route.
The procession started at the legislature at 107 Street and 97 Avenue, proceeded north along 107 Street to Jasper Avenue, travelled east on Jasper Avenue to 95 Street, and then moved down Grierson Hill to the Shaw Conference Centre.
Those who wished to pay their respects had the opportunity to do so during public visitation on Sunday, where members of the EPS Guard of Honour stood vigil over the closed casket.
People are also invited to email their messages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A D. Woodall Family Fund has been set up through RBC. Contributions can be made at any RBC branch. Donations to the D. Woodall Family Fund can also be made online by visiting gofundme.com/wf7z7yss. All funds donated through this online account will be deposited into the RBC fund for the Woodall family.
As of 11 a.m. Wednesday, a GoFundMe account for the Woodall family had raised $82,310 and an EPSstrong T-shirt campaign had raised $78,280.
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Woodall was shot and killed Monday night in west Edmonton. He was one of several officers who arrived at a home on an arrest warrant when they were fired upon. Sgt. Jason Harley, 38, was treated for a gunshot to his lower back and was later released from hospital.
“His job was to protect all us from harm,” said Edmonton police chief Rod Knecht in a news conference Monday night.
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“He was a truly ebullient man,” said Det. Insp. Jim Faulkner with the Greater Manchester Police, where Woodall started his police career, “always volunteering for new challenges and experiences.”
“He was extremely keen to learn and always had a smile on his face! He would do anything for any of his colleagues.”
Woodall leaves behind his wife Claire, sons Gabe and Callen, as well as family members, many of whom still live in Manchester.
WATCH: Friends and colleagues speak at the regimental funeral of Edmonton Const. Daniel Woodall