Jason Butchart and members of the Fisher Fire Department had just responded to a two-vehicle crash on Wednesday, before the department received another call which will never be forgotten.
Jason had been in an accident near Fisher.
“Yesterday began like any other day for our volunteers, but it ended in tragedy. Our members were going about their day, when around noon, we were paged out to a two vehicle accident with six patient injuries, one being a 10 month old baby,” the Fisher Fire Department wrote in a social media post. “As members hurried to the scene, whether it be on our fire trucks or in their own personal vehicles, there was a sense of urgency.”
“…Twenty minutes later we got a radio request from 911 asking if we had any members available to assist EMS with another situation near Fisher Branch. Little did we know those fist pumps with Jay would be our last. We raced back to Fisher Branch, not knowing what had happened but once again with a unexplainable sense of urgency. Only to find out, it was Jay that was in trouble. A day that we will never ever forget. Our friend, our brother Jay, was gone.”
There were no further details released concerning the crash.
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