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30/October/2014 – MVC with Overturned Vehicle – “A” Shift

Six people were injured, including three children, in a two car MVC at the intersection of Live Oak Street and Fourth Street Thursday afternoon 30-October at 15:36. Engine 19 and Medic 19 arrived to find one over-turned vehicle in a ditch after the BMW was struck broadside by a second vehicle. Click here for more information.
We wish to offer condolences to Firefighter-EMT Will Worrell and his family on the death of his Grandmother, Ms. Nellie Worrell who passed away yesterday. Visitation for Ms. Nellie Ruth Worrell will be held Thursday evening at McAlister-Smith Funeral Home, Goose Creek Chapel located at 869 St. James Avenue, Goose Creek, SC from 18:00 to 20:00. The funeral service will be conducted at Worship Center Church of God, 124 Red Bank Road, Goose Creek, SC, Friday 31-Oct at 11:00. Please remember the Worrell family in your prayers.  http://www.mcalister-smith.com/book-of-memories/1971417/Worrell-Nellie/service-details.php
There will be three Ebola Informational Updates held today, tomorrow and Thursday at 12:00.  Click here to view the meeting links.
27/October/2014 - MVC/MCI

15 people were transported to Colleton Medical Center after a small car ran into the back of a stopped school bus in the 1000 block of Nunuville Road north of Walterboro Monday morning 27-October at 08:10. The LCAA School Bus was stopped to pick up children and was utilizing its warning lights. Click here for more information.

26/October/2014 – MVC with entrapment & Air Evac – “C” Shift

A single vehicle MVC on I-95 near the 54 mile marker NB, sent three people to the hospital Sunday afternoon 26-Ocotber. At 13:47, the accident was reported after a small Buick left the roadway and entered the wooded median. The vehicle struck several trees causing heavy damage. A rear passenger suffered multiple traumatic injuries, with bystanders advising he was unconscious following the accident. Click here for more information.

24 & 25 / Oct / 2014 – Structure Fires – “A” Shift

A fire in the kitchen of a mobile home was possibly started from a small explosion from materials used in a small meth lab located in the residence at 342 Ramsey Hill Road. The incident was reported Friday evening 24-October at 20:04. A neighbor reported hearing a “pop” and noticed smoke coming from the mobile home. Click here for more information.

24/October/2014 – Structure Fire – “C” Shift

At 07:16 Friday morning 24-October, Fire-Rescue was dispatched to a structure fire at 18033 Round O Road. Engine 19 arrived to find light smoke coming from the eaves of the doublewide mobile. According the caller, coals from the fire place had been put on the back porch the evening before. Click here for more information.

22/October/2014 – Structure Fire – “B” shift

At 20:30, a Ruffin man narrowly escaped his burning home Wednesday evening 22-October after he was awakened by the heat and smoke inside his residence. He attempted to extinguish the fire which he stated was above the stove before he was driven from the home. The man ran to a neighbor’s house to call 9-1-1. Click here for more information.
We have been notified by SCDOT that they will be replacing the bridge on Red Oak Road over Sandy Run Creek (at Red Oak Nursery) beginning 29-October. This location is just north of Timber Bay Drive. The road will be closed until 08-January. Traffic will be detoured. Please plan accordingly.

17/October/2014 – MVC with entrapment & Air Evac – “C” Shift

Two adult males received suspected life threatening injuries in a single car crash in the 3000 block of Charleston Hwy (SC Hwy 64), just east of Brittlebank Road, Friday evening 17-October. At 20:45, 9-1-1 received several reports of the accident advising a person was trapped and the car was on fire. Engine 24 arrived minutes later to find the Cadillac off the south side of the highway in a ditch. Click here for more information.

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