Firefighters Honored for Tornado Relief Work

Close to forty firefighters from Shreveport, Louisiana, were honored on Tuesday by State Fire Marshal H. "Butch" Browning and other dignitaries for their rescue and recovery efforts after the massive tornado that destroyed much of Tuscaloosa, Alabama in May, according to a report from The Shreveport Times. This group of firefighters conducted intricate building searches to locate and rescue victims trapped by debris. In the report, Browning praised the 39 Shreveport firefighters, who were part of a 135-person Urban Search and Rescue task force sent to Alabama, for their bravery, dedication and skill. Read more about the honored firefighters HERE.

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