Posted by By Terrie Osbourne, Country Courier on Apr 19th 2020
The King William Fire and EMS Department received a generous donation from GhostStop.com. Normally a manufacturer of premier paranormal investigation equipment, GhostStop changed its focus to creating face shields for hospital personnel in Florida to help guard against COVID-19.
Upon realizing that a member of King William Fire and EMS was both a fellow paranormal investigator and a volunteer first responder, GhostStop.com donated a case of the face shields shipping them to the member in King William County. Having received the abundance of PPE, King William Fire and EMS Chief Laura Nunnally and the member thought it appropriate to share their good fortune. KWFR and the member, Terry Osborne, distributed the donation between all first responder agencies serving King William County and the Town of West Point. Featured are representatives from King William Fire and EMS, Mangohick Volunteer Fire and EMS, King William County Sheriff's Office, West Point Fire and Rescue, and the West Point Police Department. Virginia State Police Area 3 were also included but not pictured. Thank you to GhostStop.com for your help in keeping our first responders safe during this crisis.