Firefighter experiences 'medical emergency' during Charleston 9/11 Silent Walk, transported to area hospital

Firefighter experiences 'medical emergency' during Charleston 9/11 Silent Walk, transported to area hospital
Source: Harry Sosa

MOUNT PLESANT, SC (WCSC) - A firefighter experienced a 'medical emergency' during the Charleston 9/11 Silent Walk, according to Tian Griffieth, the event's Executive Director.

At approximately 10:18 a.m. during the 4th annual 9/11 Silent Walk, Couchton Fire Department Asst. Fire Greg Bailey went into cardiac arrest

"Immediate treatment was provided by our medical teams and [the] participant was transported to a local hospital and is listed in critical condition. We ask that you keep them and their family in your prayers," Griffieth said in a press release.

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