NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – A group of firefighters from
North Myrtle Beach, Mullins and Conway assisted at the Front Street Fire in
Georgetown just one day after passing their certification exam.
The new hires completed their IRSAC Firefighter I Training
Class with a 100 percent pass rate on
September 24, and the next day, they responded to assist in the overhaul and
cleanup in Georgetown. The class was made up of five North Myrtle Beach public safety officers, one North Myrtle Beach firefighter, one Mullins firefighter and one Conway firefighter.
The newly-certified firefighters will finish up their
recruit training next week with training on Hazardous Materials Operations.
Pictured: L-R: PSO Molly Haney, PSO May Lauzon, FF Steve Warren (Conway Fire), PSO Matthew Brooks, PSO Joseph Keister, FF Chad Page (Mullins Fire), FF/EMT Hannah McLaurin and PSO Travis Clark.
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