Many thanks to responders

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By Staff Brunswick Beacon

To the editor: I am currently serving in Iraq with KBR supporting the U.S. military as a paramedic stationed on Korean Village near Rutbah, Iraq.

On Feb. 10, a call for help was made because there was a woods fire in Ash.

My home was at risk of being involved if it were not for the quick response of the local volunteer fire departments and the N.C. Forestry Service.

My wife called me in a state of panic due because she could see the fire coming and there was nothing she could do about it.

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