Fuel for the Fire: Getting Burned in South Africa
From humble beginnings in North Carolina, James B. Gargan quickly became a premier authority on fire and trench rescue within the emergency-services field. This captivating autobiographical account recalls his travels to South Africa, where he encountered a bevy of adventures. Gargan spent his free time traveling to the bottom of the world's deepest mine, grappling with the South African government, and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro—not once, but twice. In between these treks he trained local emergency squads and saved what lives he could. Gargan’s energetic, irreverent, and humorous voice both entertains and inspires a newfound appreciation for emergency-services personnel.
- 6 x 9 Hardcover 250pp.
- Subject: Biography, North Carolina Interest