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Georgetown officials awarded for saving lives of three house fire victims

Corporal Bryan Byrd receives his certificate. (Source: Georgetown Police Department) Corporal Bryan Byrd receives his certificate. (Source: Georgetown Police Department)
(Source: Georgetown PD) (Source: Georgetown PD)

GEORGTOWN, SC (WMBF) - Corporal Bryan Byrd, along with a 911 dispatcher and several firefighters were all recognized March 16 for saving the lives of three house fire victims, according to a Facebook post from the Georgetown Police Department.

Chief Waites presented Cpl. Byrd with a Certificate of Commendation and a challenge coin.

Cpl. Byrd was also recognized by Chief Charlie Cribb of the Georgetown Fire Department and was presented a letter of Commendation and a Medal of Valor.

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Several firefighters and a dispatcher were also awarded a commendation and Medal of Valor by Fire Chief Charlie Cribb for their outstanding work during the fire incident, the post states.

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