Daily Incident Log - 5/31/2012
North Carolina and South Carolina Fire Incidents
NORTH CAROLINA INCIDENT LOG
Last hurdle cleared for Mooresville fire training facility
Mooresville commissioners have approved two contracts that will get construction going on the proposed Fire Training Facility for the Mooresville Fire & Rescue Department. The first contract awarded last week was for $265,999 to Pedulla Trucking, Excavating, and Paving Inc. for constr uction of an asphalt entrance road, gravel parking lot, concrete training facility pad and storm drains on the existing Public Operations Center site on U.S. 21.
Fire destroys Mooresville home
A Mooresville home was destroyed by fire early Thursday morning. Mooresville firefighters were called to a home off of Endicott Court around 4:30 a.m. Thursday after flames were scene coming from the home. Fire officials said the home was engulfed by flames and completely destroyed.
(WCNC-TV NBC 6 CHARLOTTE)
Fayetteville fire investigators still trying to determine cause of house fire
Fire investigators were still trying to determine this morning what started a fire at a vacant house in the Shenandoah neighborhood off Bingham Drive. Fayetteville firefighters were called to 1601 Shively Court about 6 a.m., according to Battalion Chief Richard Whiteside. Smoke was venting from the roof when firefighters arrived, Whiteside said, and a fire was discovered in the crawl space of the house.
SOUTH CAROLINA INCIDENT LOG
Charleston Fire Department lays battalion chief to rest
On Thursday morning, the Charleston Fire Department along with family and friends will say goodbye to John Winn, a former battalion chief. Winn passed away Sunday. He was 59. Three months ago, Winn was diagnosed with Mesothelioma--a rare, but often fatal form of lung cancer--in February.
(WCBD-TV CHARLESTON 2)
Retired Rock Hill firefighter, barbecue chef, remembered as good guy
"Can't" and "no" weren't words often found in Jerry Gardner's vocabulary. The long-time professional firefighter and volunteer fire chief was prone to saying "yes" as much as he could – often coupling it with a plate of his "delicious" barbecue, family and friends say. Gardner "didn't expect anything from anyone," said Mary Joe Gardner, his wife of 49 years. "He was never bashful. He didn't mind asking."
(ROCK HILL HERALD)
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