A friend of slain Queensland police officer Rachel McCrow says her death will forever haunt her.
A public memorial has been held for the two officers who were killed in an ambush at Wieambilla on December 12.
The victims were identified as Matthew Arnold and Alan Dare.
At the memorial service held in Brisbane, McCrow’s colleague Melissa Gibson praised the courage shown by the officer in her final moments.
She also said that she was sorry she didn’t provide the necessary support during her final moments.
Rachel’s brothers in blue were also praised for their courage in saving her.
Laura Harriss, who was a friend of Arnold’s family, said that the police officer would be remembered as a good person who served the community.
In her tribute, the wife of the slain police officer said that her husband deserved more from the public.
Officer Brough, who survived the attack by the Train killers, wiped away tears as he was embraced by his colleagues.
Annastacia Palaszczuk and Katarina Carroll, the Police Commissioner, also spoke at the memorial. The two police officers were praised for their bravery during the tragic incident.
Commissioner Carroll bestowed the QPS Valour Award to Arnold and McCrow.
She praised the two officers for their service to the community.