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7/25/2017- All CCFR Personnel:  It has come to our attention that the V-MUTE button (purple top side button) will work on any talkgroup on the P25 zone which could affect your ability to receive communications.  Click here for more information.

25/July/2017 – Structure Fire – “A” Shift

At 13:08, Tuesday afternoon 25-July, Fire-Rescue units responded to 128 Crestview Lane north of Walterboro for a reported structure fire. Engine 19 arrived to find moderate smoke visible from the singlewide mobile home. All occupants had already safely exited the building. Firefighter-Paramedics forced entry through the front door and located the fire in a rear bedroom. Click here for more information.
7/23/2017- All CCFR Personnel: The PAL800 Radio System P25 Conversion is tentatively scheduled for tonight at 20:00.  Once the conversion occurs, you will have to manually change your issued radio and mobile/base radios to the new P25 zones in order to transmit or receive.  Click here for more information on how to change your radio / apparatus radios to the P25 zones.

23/July/2017 – Traumatic Injury with Air Evac – “B” Shift

At 15:00 Sunday afternoon 23-July, Medic 18 was dispatched to a residence in the 400 block of Beavers Pass Road south of Smoaks. A 63 year old male accidently chopped his foot with an axe while working in the yard causing severe damage and heavy bleeding. Firefighter-Paramedics placed C.A.R.E. Flight on standby while enroute to the location. Once on scene, the crew controlled the bleeding and bandaged the wound. Click here for more information.

22/July/2017 – MVC with Air Evac – “A” Shift

Six people were injured, one critically, in a single car MVC on I-95 near the 62 mile marker southbound just south of the McLeod Road interchange, Saturday morning 22-July at 09:27. A southbound Honda Pilot lost control and entered the median where it struck several trees. An eight year old boy was seated at the point of impact on the driver’s side and received multiple traumatic injuries, including a head injury. Firefighter-Paramedics arrived minutes later to find the boy unconscious with life threatening injuries. Click here for more information.

19/July/2017 – Fatal MVC – “C” Shift

 A 54 year old Florida man was killed in an early morning MVC on I-95 near the 49 mile marker southbound. He was the driver of a semi-truck that left the roadway at a high rate of speed and entered the woods on the right shoulder. The truck knocked down several large trees and received heavy damage in the collision. The cab was completely separated from the chassis and displaced approximately eight feet. Click here for more information.

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