GREENSBORO, N.C. -- It’s a name that’s being added to fire department rosters across the nation, world, and right here in the Piedmont Triad – James Raugh.
The 4-year-old was killed in a house fire in McCormick County, just northwest of Augusta.
First Responders Honor Boy Killed In Fire With #JRaughOnDuty
The boy’s dream was to be a firefighter. James died and the next day so did his baby sisters Jalissa, 3, Jordan, 1, and his dad Nathan.
The family asked for any fire department to send James “on duty” before his funeral and share a photo to social media using the #JRaughOnDuty hashtag to keep his memory alive.
His name has also been added to fire helmets, on trucks, and on the department’s shift rosters.
It's also been added to police departments and medic helicopters. Fire departments including, Staley, Liberty, South Stokes, Pinecroft Sedgefield, Forbush Fire, Meban Police, Burlington Police, Durham Fire, Charlotte Fire, Raleigh Fire and more have all shared pictures with #JRaughOnDuty
Countless Facebook posts and pictures have been shared all over.
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