Fire and Rescure grads

Front: Hana Al Shawi, Ed Jackson, Claire Davison, Tyler Yudd, Adam Smith. Back: Chief Scott Maple, Dr. John Morgan, Loudoun Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall, County Administrator Tim Hemstreet, Circuit Court Clerk Gary Clemens, System Chief Keith Johnson.

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System recently announced the graduation of nearly 70 first responders who completed a number of levels of fire and training, according to a release.

A total of 67 first responders took part in the graduation program, held on Jan. 5, the release said, where they were recognized by leadership of the fire and rescue service, along with county administration and members of the county Board of Supervisors.

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