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Horry County Fire Rescue mourns loss of firefighter

Tim Nugent (Source: Horry County Fire Rescue) Tim Nugent (Source: Horry County Fire Rescue)
(Source: HCFR) (Source: HCFR)

HORRY COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Horry County Fire Rescue is mourning the loss of Firefighter Tim Nugent. The loss was announced Monday morning on the HCFR Facebook page. 

HCFR posted just before 8:30 a.m., "It is with heavy hearts that we come to the realization that we have lost a Brother. Firefighter/Driver Operator Tim Nugent was a gentleman, a gentle man, and a friend to everyone he met. God be with his family and station family in this time of sorrow."

Some responses said, Nugent was an amazing person and a huge asset to the county. 

To view the Facebook post, visit the link here. 

HCFR posted on social media Tuesday night, "The family of Timothy "Tim" Nugent would like to express a heartfelt thanks to all those who have sent their prayers and condolences.Tim's passing has placed a lot on their shoulders and as such, they will need to have the funeral services on Thursday and then head to Ohio for his burial the first of next week. Because of this, there will be no services this week other than those on Thursday at Our Lady Star By The Sea Catholic Church (8th Avenue North beside the Home Depot) in North Myrtle Beach. Visitation with the family will be from 10-11 a.m. with Funeral Services beginning at 11:00.

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