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We are hiring and have increased hourly rates!

Firefighter/Paramedic ($19.50/hr = +$68,000/yr)
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22/September/2021 - Fatal Auto vs Pedestrian MVC - "C" Shift

An adult male was found unresponsive in the median in the 13000 block of ACE Basin Parkway (US Hwy. 17) Wednesday afternoon 22-September. At 15:02 a passing motorist saw the body about halfway between Green Pond and Jacksonboro. The motorist notified 9-1-1 and remained on the scene. Fire-Rescue units stationed in Green Pond arrived minutes later and found the man was deceased. Evidence at the scene indicated he may have been struck by a yellow car. Click here for additional information.
19/September/2021 - Fatal MVC - "C" Shift

An adult male died in a single vehicle accident Sunday evening 19-Sept. The accident was in a field, approx 1/4 mile off of the 22700 block of Bells Hwy (SC Hwy 64) west of the Town of Lodge. The incident was dispatched to Colleton County units at 21:43. Colleton Fire-Rescue units arrived 13 minutes later to the dark remote area to find an overturned Ford Ranger in a pond. The victim had been pulled up on a causeway and had no signs of life. The accident evidently happened earlier and due to the cell tower location, the 9-1-1 call was routed to a different county which caused some delays. Click here for more information.
Our sincerest condolences go out to Fire-Rescue Chief Barry McRoy for the death of his brother Keith McRoy.
08/September/2021 - Structure Fire - "A" Shift

Firefighters saved a Gadsden Loop home Wednesday afternoon 08-September after a fire in a utility room damaged the residence. At 17:46, 9-1-1 received reports that a home in the 500 block of Gadsden Loop was on fire. Engine 1 arrived to find smoke coming from all sides of the single story residential dwelling. Firefighters deployed two hand lines to the building and entered through the front door. They found fire in a utility room located in the center of the building, with fire extending across the ceiling into the dining area. Click here for additional information.
28-August-2021 – Richard B. Wood Funeral

Last week Colleton County lost a dedicated leader with the death of Judge Richard B. Wood, Sr. of Green Pond. Judge Wood served Colleton residents in many roles for five decades, including his service as a Captain at Station # 6 (Green Pond). He, his brother and several others were instrumental in bringing fire protection to the Green Pond Community in the mid-1970s. Their local business served as Dispatcher and the business’ radio system provided communications for the Green Pond Fire Dept. Click here for more information.
27/August/2021 - MVC with Air Evac - "A" Shift

An adult male received multiple traumatic injuries after his motorcycle and a car collided in the 8700 block of Bells Hwy (SC Hwy 64) Friday afternoon 27-August at 15:30. Fire-Rescue units arrived to find the motorcycle driver lying in the ditch, with the heavily damaged motorcycle nearby. Crews treated the man's injuries at the scene, then transported him emergent to the helipad at Colleton Medical Center to meet with the CARE Flight helicopter. The patient was transferred to the Flight Crew, then flown to the Trauma Center at Trident Medical Center.  Click here for additional information. 
26/August/2021 -

We are very proud of Firefighter/Paramedic Zak Evans who will be representing our department when he presents to the U.S. Embassy in Iraq on Tuesday, August 31, 2021.  Firefighter/Paramedic Evans will be discussing fire prevention and was arranged as the speaker by the U.S. State Department.  Evans is assigned to the 1/13 rotation on B-Shift.
25/August/2021 - High Speed MVC with Fire - "A" Shift

A Florida truck driver is alive, thanks to some brave motorist following a high speed MVC on I-95 near the 67 mile marker southbound. The accident occurred Tuesday afternoon when the southbound semi-truck suffered a front tire blowout and crashed into the wooded median. The truck struck several trees and burst into flames. The vehicle received heavy damage and the driver suffered multiple injuries including injuries to his legs, preventing him from walking or climbing out of the truck. Initial reports to Colleton 9-1-1 indicated the driver was trapped in the heavily damaged cab. Click here for additional information.

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