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S.C. Firefighters Association donates to NMB Fire Rescue flood victim

Pictures L to R: NMB FF Association President David Macho, Battalion Chief Mike Davis, Fire Chief Garry Spain, FF Grant Beachy, SC FF Association Representative Chief Carter Jones & Public Safety Director Jay Fer(Source: North Myrtle Beach Fire Facebook) Pictures L to R: NMB FF Association President David Macho, Battalion Chief Mike Davis, Fire Chief Garry Spain, FF Grant Beachy, SC FF Association Representative Chief Carter Jones & Public Safety Director Jay Fer(Source: North Myrtle Beach Fire Facebook)

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - The North Myrtle Beach Fire Department was issued a Grant Beachy check Friday afternoon from the South Carolina State Firefighters Association for flood assistance. 

The SCFA donated the grant due to the impact from the October Flood event. C Battalion Firefighter Beachy suffered major damage to his family's home during the floods and was presented a check to help with recovery efforts, according to a social media post.

Carter Jones posted on his twitter Friday afternoon, "Honored to represent Firefighters' Foundation in giving N. Myrtle Beach FF Grant Beachy check for flood assistance."

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