Pictured is Tryon Fire Chief Joey Davis, center,  presenting firefighters Marshall Lipscomb (at left) and Tank Waters (at right) with proclamations in recognition of their recent response to a patient at White Oak Village who was experiencing an allergic reaction. Davis told town council at its March 19 meeting that if had not been for the actions of Lipscomb and Waters the person would not have survived. (photo by Leah Justice)
Pictured is Tryon Fire Chief Joey Davis, center, presenting firefighters Marshall Lipscomb (at left) and Tank Waters (at right) with proclamations in recognition of their recent response to a patient at White Oak Village who was experiencing an allergic reaction. Davis told town council at its March 19 meeting that if had not been for the actions of Lipscomb and Waters the person would not have survived. (photo by Leah Justice)

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Lipscomb, Waters honored for saving life

Published 4:50pm Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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