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2015 Midway Fire Rescue year in review

(Source: Midway Fire Rescue) (Source: Midway Fire Rescue)

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC (WMBF) - Midway Fire Rescue recently posted a video of scenes from their year in review. The team responded to 3,300 calls for the year of 2015. 

Chief Doug Eggiman described the year as a busy year with lots of saves and success. "There was excellent sportsmanship from the community and a great job done from employees with all of the training all over the year."

Eggiman said, "The floods were the most tiring time of the year and everyone had tremendous commitment working many hours of overtime and working double duties. All agencies as a whole spent a lot of time and effort. At the end of the day we were fortunate and glad to be able to help."

Video credit of Midway Fire Rescue.

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