WENDELL NC – The North Carolina Canine Emergency Response Team (NC C.E.R.T.) has presented a new video about Search and Rescue.
This video, created and inspired by the members of NC CERT, is a small window into Search and Rescue. You’ll see smiles, you’ll see heartbreak, you’ll see pain and the euphoria of bringing someone home safe. No matter how painful, tragic or hard it is, we will always be there to serve you. From all of us at NC CERT….
SANFORD NC – MARCH 14, 2015 — NC CERT would like to thank the folks of the American Guardians PSMC for supporting our team. Their support is so strong that they are holding their second annual Ride for a Cause in the name of NC CERT.
Attached are flyers with more information. We ask that you share with any riders you know and please feel free to participate!!! Our team members pay out of pocket to provide our services and your donations go a long way in helping us stay in operation.
Ride begins at Honda Suzuki of Sanford, 3128 S. Horner Blvd. Sanford, NC. Registration starts at 8:30am – Please click on the Flyer links below….
CRAVEN COUNTY, NC – Sonar crews from NC CERT responded to Craven County North Carolina on June 3, 2014 to search for a missing boater. Tanner Webb, 15, of River Bend North Carolina fell from a boat that was operating on the Trent River in Craven County the day before, and did not return to the water surface.
Sonar crews from NC CERT deployed a Marine Sonic Side Scan Sonar to locate the missing boater at the request of Craven County Emergency Management. At approximately 1pm, NC CERT located the missing boy on the river bottom. Divers from Sidney dive team were then deployed to bring Tanner to the surface, and provide closure for his family and friends.
NC CERT extends our heartfelt condolences to Tanner’s loved ones. This tragic event touched our hearts, and we hold up those who loved him in our prayers.
Follow the link below for the local news story and video on this tragic event.