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23/April/2015 – MVC w/double Entrapment – “B” Shift

Two women were injured, one severely, in a head-on collision in the 2600 block of Cottageville Hwy (US Hwy17-A) east of Phillips Road Thursday afternoon 23-April. At 17:20, Fire-Rescue was notified of the two car accident on the busy highway. Initial callers to 9-1-1 advised both drivers were trapped in the wreckage. Engine 19 arrived to find two passenger cars in the roadway with heavy damage. The entire roadway was blocked by the vehicles and debris. Click here for more information.

23/April/2015 – Over-turned Tractor Trailer – “A” Shift

A 26 year old Orangeburg man miraculously received non-life threatening injuries when his tractor trailer over-turned in the 28000 block of Lowcountry Highway Thursday morning 23-April at 05:39. The southbound truck left the roadway a moderate speeds and drove through at least two residential yards, before striking several trees. The loaded semi-truck over-turned and broke into two pieces. Click here for more information.

19/April/2015 – Fatal Shooting Incident – “C” Shift

An adult male was killed and two other people were injured in a shooting incident at the Sportz Center nightclub located at 2427 Hampton Street Sunday morning 19-April. At 00:52, Fire-Rescue was notified of the incident advising of a person being shot at the location. As Firefighter-Paramedics and Law Enforcement arrived at the establishment, dispatchers advised one victim had arrived that the hospital by private car. Other Law Enforcement Officers were also sent to the ED. Click here for more information.

18/April/2015 – Lowcountry Regional Airport Annual Air Show 

The Lowcountry Regional Airport hosted their annual Wings and Wheels air and antique automobile show Saturday 18-April. Despite early morning rain and overcast skies, the event was attended by several thousand spectators. The crowds were treated to vintage aircraft, para-troopers, vintage, modern and experimental aircraft and an antique car show. Click here for more information.

We wish to offer condolences to Firefighter Explorer Tyler Hardee and his family on the loss of his grandfather Gilbert Grayson Easterlin who died Friday at Roper Hospital in Charleston. A graveside service will be conducted at Live Oak Cemetery in Walterboro, Monday afternoon 20-April at 16:00.  Mr. Easterlin served as a Law Enforcement Officer with the City of Walterboro, Colleton County Sheriff’s Office and retired as a Wildlife Officer from the SC Dept of Natural Resources.
We have been advised by the SCDOT that the bridge located on Dry Branch Road (S-15-328) will be replaced. Construction will begin 20-April and should be completed by 26-June. Please plan on an alternate route when responding to this area.

13/April/2015 – Shooting Incident – “C” Shift

A 47 year old man received a non-life threatening gunshot wound to the hand Monday morning 13-April at 02:43. The incident occurred at 212 Enterprise Street where multiple shots were fired into a residence. The man was treated at the scene by Firefighter-Paramedics, then transported to Colleton Medical Center. The Sheriff’s Office is investigating the incident. Click here for more information.

12/April/2014 – ATV Accident w/Air Evac – “B” Shift

Two people were injured, one seriously in a ATV Rhino side by side accident Sunday afternoon 12-April. At 18:37, Fire-Rescue was sent to a wooded location behind 246 Cory Lane for an overturned ATV. Both patients had been ejected from the vehicle. Several military medics were on the scene. They rendered care and assisted Firefighter-Paramedics. A 25 yr old male and 24 yr old female were injured. Both received multiple traumatic injuries and were rapidly transported to Colleton Medical Center. Click here for more information.
Firefighter-EMT Kristen Dias is participating in the 2016 Charleston Firefighter Calendar Competition to raise money for Tody’s Fund in support of Charleston Animal Society. Dias is one of thirty one firefighters competing for the fifteen calendar slots. For her to be selected, she has to be in the top 15 money raisers, so she needs your help and that of your friends and family’s to donate to this worthy cause. The deadline is 10-May, one month away. I have attached a link to the Society website. If you have any questions, contact Kristen Dias at Station 1 on “A” Shift.

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