Firefighter helps history repeat itself


Twenty-six years ago 4-year-old Dustin Irwin enjoyed being “dunked” by his New Vienna firefighter father, John Irwin, during training. And now-current Clinton-Highland Joint Fire District firefighter Dustin carried on the tradition with his son, Wyatt, age 2, during training in Lynchburg.

Twenty-six years ago 4-year-old Dustin Irwin enjoyed being “dunked” by his New Vienna firefighter father, John Irwin, during training. And now-current Clinton-Highland Joint Fire District firefighter Dustin carried on the tradition with his son, Wyatt, age 2, during training in Lynchburg.


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Twenty-six years ago 4-year-old Dustin Irwin enjoyed being “dunked” by his New Vienna firefighter father, John Irwin, during training. And now-current Clinton-Highland Joint Fire District firefighter Dustin carried on the tradition with his son, Wyatt, age 2, during training in Lynchburg.

Twenty-six years ago 4-year-old Dustin Irwin enjoyed being “dunked” by his New Vienna firefighter father, John Irwin, during training. And now-current Clinton-Highland Joint Fire District firefighter Dustin carried on the tradition with his son, Wyatt, age 2, during training in Lynchburg.
https://www.timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2021/08/web1_composite-pic-1.jpgTwenty-six years ago 4-year-old Dustin Irwin enjoyed being “dunked” by his New Vienna firefighter father, John Irwin, during training. And now-current Clinton-Highland Joint Fire District firefighter Dustin carried on the tradition with his son, Wyatt, age 2, during training in Lynchburg. Submitted photo