Kayla Mowrey
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  • Cameron, SC
  • United States
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passed Burn Day. Now interior certified. Graduating college tonight!

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Type of Organization
Fire/Rescue Department - Volunteer
Job Function
Firefighter, First Responder
Years in Fire/EMS:
1
Primary Fire/EMS Department:
Cameron Fire Department
Years With Department/Agency
1
My Training:
Have completed a First Responder course, currently taking 1152.
About Me:
I'm 19, have been on CFD for 5 months now, and have absolutely fallen in love with the adrenaline, the action, and the feeling of completion after a good call. I start my EMT-B course in July, and am planning to be a full time firefighter/EMT. Am currently finishing up my Associates Degrees in Criminal Justice and Paralegal Studies.
Day Job:
Full Time College Student, Bookkeeper
Relationship Status:
Single
Why I Joined Fire/EMS
Honestly, to get volunteer work to put on my application to Law School. Little did I know, I would find my true passion in firefighting/EMS.
Why I Love Fire/EMS
it's a great feeling of accomplishment.
Top Issues Facing Responders:
In my area, the most serious problem we have is that we do not have enough personnel. We have names, but people do not actually show up for training meetings, go on calls, or further their training.

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Before You Buy A Car

Posted on May 1, 2009 at 6:30pm 5 Comments

INTERESTING...maybe the country should consider bailing them out to some degree



Nothing needs to be said... Ford, Chrysler and GM's contributions after 9/11



An interesting commentary...You might find this of interest:



'CNN Headline News did a short news listing regarding Ford and GM's

contributions to the relief and recovery efforts in New York and Washington .



The findings are as follows.....



1. Ford- $10 million to American Red Cross… Continue

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At 10:04am on October 25, 2009, Rick K. said…
Congrats on your test so far and on Graduating !Good luck again and be safe!
At 10:14am on June 2, 2009, Robert said…
Extraordinary Career. Extraordinary People.

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At 9:29pm on May 11, 2009, WRFD 784 said…
Just checking in and seeing how things are going. Any great fires? Nothing here yet but it is starting to pick up. Talk to you later.
Take Care and Be Safe.
Jeremy WRFD 784
At 6:48am on April 27, 2009, WRFD 784 said…
Just checking in and seeing how things are going. I was recently promoted to Captain on my department. The same day I got my first call as a Captain. I was covering for the day and we had a roll over. When we got out there, their was a lady and a little kid that had been in the car. Come to find out the lady was 4 times over the legal limit of alcohol and she was driving with a little boy in the car. It really made me mad.
Take Care and Be Safe.
Jeremy WRFD 784
At 4:22pm on April 22, 2009, Ghaith al adham said…
hello kayla how are u :) wanna say thnx for the accept first and also ,that you have anice profile sweet,hope to know you more and bout your work ,greetings from palestine
be safe :)
ghaith al adham NFD
At 1:58am on April 21, 2009, WRFD 784 said…
We had two over the weekend. I was gone for both of them though. They were only little grass fires that started out as controlled burns that people lost controll over. Nothing big. I was on my way to a fire class in Northern Idaho for the weekend. Well Take Care and Most of all Be Safe.
Jeremy WRFD 784
At 11:24pm on April 16, 2009, WRFD 784 said…
Anthing exciting going on? We have been dead for calls. I like the pics that you have added. Looking good. Take Care and Be Safe.

Jeremy WRFD 784
At 10:58pm on April 10, 2009, Donnie Strickland said…
Welcome
At 8:10am on April 3, 2009, WRFD 784 said…
Welcome to FFN from Idaho. Hope you enjoy the site.
Be Safe.

Jeremy WRFD 784
At 1:09am on April 3, 2009, Chuck Nondorf said…
Wow you have some killer eyes. Stay safe and have some fun on here.

Chuck
 
 
 

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