When disaster strikes, citizens quickly remember their need for skilled and devoted emergency personnel.
Harder to recall, however, is a first responder’s need for support from the public. A recent service at Blair Road United Methodist Church on Sept. 11 provided not only a chance to memorialize lives lost 15 years ago, but also an opportunity to help boost those who continue to be there when needed the most.
“That was a very traumatic day in all our lives whether we were there or not because we lost a lot of our brothers in the service,” said Mint Hill Fire Chief David Leath. “The Mint Hill Fire Department,