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Never Forget - Brother Brad Clark - Hanover County Local 4202 - LODD October 11, 2018 ... See MoreSee Less

Never Forget - Brother Brad Clark - Hanover County Local 4202 - LODD October 11, 2018

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All my prayers & sympathy’s I send to his family, loved ones, friends & fellow firefighters. I pray the Lord strengthen & comfort you all as only He can in the coming days, weeks & months ahead. Amen A firefighter’s Mom NH, USA ❤️🙏👨‍🚒💐🇺🇸

Rest In Peace Lt. Clark. Prayers to Brad’s Family and the brothers and sisters in my former Local, 4202 (2001-2003)

Rest easy brother

Rest in Peace Brother.

Very sad. Not forgotten.

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So, yeah. This happened. Come to our Incident Mgmt Open House on 10/26 & meet not only the Incident Commander for this incident, but also the rotator truck crew & lots of other responders + touch-a-truck, live demos, indoor expo, food trucks & kids zone!

I’d appreciate any of my friends retweeting this!! No matter where you are!! Help our mission! And for you local folks, KID BROTHER will be playing at the end of the ruck!!!

We don't know what firefighter association would honor the NC League of Municipalities, but it certainly wasn't @PFFPNC.

Firefighters honoring the League is as absurd as chickens honoring Colonel Sanders.

Traveling back from a #holiday weekend trip today? Slow down and drive safely. #ColumbusDay weekend had the second-highest total of fatal crashes among all holidays in 2017, trailing only #IndependenceDay.

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