MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A fallen North Dakota police officer is credited with helping save the lives of at least five people.

Fargo Police Officer Jason Moszer was shot and killed while responding to a domestic violence call last week.

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Moszer had been with FPD for six years, and before that served as a combat medic in Iraq and Bosnia. He was married with two children.

He was an organ donor and helped five people ranging in age from 26 to 61.

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Doctors were able to use his heart, lungs, liver, pancreas and kidneys.

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton ordered flags to be flown at half-staff Monday in Moszer’s honor.

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A public memorial for Moszier will be held Monday at Scheels Arena in Fargo. His funeral follows at 1 p.m.