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CCCC’s Shue, ESTC win state award

06.27.2008Admin, Faculty & Staff

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CCCC’s Shue, ESTC win state award

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JoeyrnShue, Fire/Rescue coordinator for CentralCarolinaCommunityrn College’s Emergencyrn Services Trainingrn Center, in Sanford, andrnthe ESTC have been honored with the Training Prop of the Year Award from thernNorth Carolina Society of Fire Rescue Instructors. Shue was instrumental inrnarranging the donation of a train tanker car and a track for it to the ESTC.rnLee County Office of Emergency Management assisted in getting a $6,000 HomelandrnSecurity grant to move the tanker from downtown Sanford to the ESTC. The tanker car will bernused to simulate tanker car-vehicle accidents and other scenarios for trainingrnfire fighters, police, and emergency services workers.

CCCC’s Shue, ESTC win state award

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JoeyrnShue, Fire/Rescue coordinator for CentralCarolinaCommunityrn College’s Emergencyrn Services Trainingrn Center, and the ESTC havernbeen honored with the Training Prop of the Year Award from the North CarolinarnSociety of Fire Rescue Instructors. Shue was instrumental in obtaining therndonation of a 68,000-gallon train tanker car and a track for it to the ESTC.rnLee County Office of Emergency Management assisted in getting a $6,000 HomelandrnSecurity grant to move the tanker from downtown Sanford to the ESTC. The prop will be used tornsimulate tanker car-vehicle accidents and other scenarios for training of firernfighters, police, and emergency services workers.

CCCC’s Shue, ESTC win state award

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JoeyrnShue (center), Fire/Rescue coordinator for CentralCarolinaCommunityrn College’s Emergencyrn Services Trainingrn Center, and the ESTC havernbeen honored with the Training Prop of the Year Award from the North CarolinarnSociety of Fire Rescue Instructors. Shue was instrumental in arranging therndonation of a train tanker car and a track for it to the ESTC. Lee CountyrnOffice of Emergency Management assisted in getting a $6,000 Homeland Securityrngrant to move the tanker from downtown Sanford to the ESTC. The tanker car will be used to simulate tanker car-vehiclernaccidents and other scenarios for training fire fighters, police, and emergencyrnservices workers. Presenting the award were John White (left), first vice presidentrnof the NCSFRI, and Mike Hill, NCSFRI executive director.

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