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Pansing, Vogt And Woodcock Named 2019’s Top CVFD Firefighters

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Drew Pansing, Ryan Vogt and Captain Eric Woodcock are the 2019 Firemen of the Year at the Columbia Volunteer Fire Department. The three were recognized for their efforts last April to locate an individual trapped inside a burning home on Mule Road.
Drew Pansing, Ryan Vogt and Captain Eric Woodcock are the 2019 Firemen of the Year at the Columbia Volunteer Fire Department. The three were recognized for their efforts last April to locate an individual trapped inside a burning home on Mule Road.

The Columbia Volunteer Fire Department celebrated Christmas on Dec. 14 at the American Legion Hall. Chief Mike Roediger said 2019 was a very busy year with the crew responding to  hundreds of alarms - from smoke detectors and minor fender benders, to large home fires and fatal car accidents. “The community has a very strong …

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