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    Default Swepsonville , North Carolina LODD

    After having worked an afternoon/evening fire call on 8/06/2007, Deputy Fire Chief Donley arrived at the fire department the morning of 08/07/0227 to work his scheduled 24hr shift. He spent the morning cleaning up equipment from the fire call that occurred the previous day and responding to at least one EMS incident. Later during his shift, Donley went to bed at the station where he was discovered the following morning passed away from a cause still to be determined. Deputy Chief Donley reportedly had no known prior medical conditions.
    Age: 45
    Classification: Career
    Incident Date: 08/08/2007
    Incident Time: 08:00
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    may he rest in peace.condolences to his family and friends.
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    Default RIP Brother

    With sadness in our hearts, our family of former, present and future firefighters wish to express our prayers and best wishes to the family, friends and co-workers of Deputy Chief Donley. May the Good Lord lift him upon high and send His comfert to all those suffering in this time of loss.

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