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  • Another Woodside Home Burns Down

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    Aiken Standard
    Posted: January 7th, 2003

    Woodside--The most recent fire in Woodside Plantation has residents there concerned about a string of blazes that have stricken homes in the exclusive gated community


  • Abbeville Man Dies in House Fire

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    The Associated Press
    Posted: January 7th, 2003

    ABBEVILLE, S.C. - An Abbeville man has died in a house fire and state investigators are helping determine the cause of the fire


  • Training Center Would Benefit Pickens Firefighters, Homeowners

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    GreenvilleOnline.com
    Posted: January 6th, 2003

    A new fire training center in Easley could save Pickens County firefighters time for more advanced training and save residents on fire insurance. Easley firefighters now travel more than two hours south to Columbia to practice fighting a house fire,


  • South Carolina Wild Fire Season Here

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    WIS
    Posted: January 6th, 2003

    anuary marks the beginning of wildfire season in South Carolina. More than a dozen current firefighters and candidates lined up Friday at Newberry High School's track field to qualify to be a firefighter with the state Forestry Commission.


  • Flint Hill Forms Firefighter Honor Guard

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    Fort Mills Times
    Posted: January 2nd, 2003

    Most of Flint Hill Honor Guard's members joined the guard to recognize their fallen comrades. "The fire service is a brotherhood regardless of whether you're from a large department or a small one."


  • Man in Critical Condition After Fall

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    Hilton Head Island Packet
    Posted: January 2nd, 2003

    Michael Rogers, 19, of Yemassee fell more than 20 feet Tuesday morning, said Lt. Rick Krob, spokesman for the Burton Fire District. Firefighters were called at about 8:30 a.m., Krob said.


  • S.C. EMTs Revive Nine Month Old

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    Press Release
    Posted: December 24th, 2002

    Two Beaufort, S.C. firefighters, flagged down by a distraught father, assisted in reviving a 9-day-old infant Sunday.


  • Beaufort Firefighters Revive 9-Day-Old Baby

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    Beaufort Gazette
    Posted: December 24th, 2002

    Firefighters John Thompson and Sammy Negron were on their way back to the Mossy Oaks station when a motorist flagged them down. Thompson got out of the truck and saw the father get out of his car and ask for help.


  • Fire Guts Greenville County, SC Apartments

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    Posted: December 20th, 2002

    Fire investigators said that they believe a heating unit is to blame for a blaze that left four families without a home on Thursday night.