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Another successful year for Fireworks on the Flint

Chris Lewis, Publisher

CORDELE – Approximately 8,000 people were out at the Georgia Veterans State Park enjoying their Fourth of July holiday including Fireworks on the Flint that happened that night.

Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock stated that “when multiple public safety agencies work together, pooling their own particular strengths, the result often exceeds what any one party could accomplish alone. I am proud of the men and women that spent their Independence Day keeping Crisp County safe”.

Sgt. Al Greer, Game Warden also said “it takes multiple Public Safety agencies with different areas of expertise working together to ensure safety. Thanks to teamwork and collaboration from all involved public safety agencies I can proudly report there were zero injuries and zero boating accidents on Lake Blackshear this Independence Day’.

We would like to thank all the agencies that were involved in keeping our Crisp County safe this Independence Day. Agencies were Crisp County Sheriff’s Office, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Crisp County EMS, Crisp County Fire Rescue, Georgia State Patrol Post 30, Georgia Department of Public Safety Motor Carrier, and Georgia Veterans State Park staff.