SMYRNA BEACH, NEW This past weekend, a surfing mishap claimed the life of an Ormond Beach firefighter.
This past weekend, Ethan Wilson, an Ormond Beach fireman, and paramedic passed away. On Wednesday, Wilson was surfing when he lost consciousness in the ocean. He was saved, and when he got to the hospital, he passed away on Saturday.
His brother-in-law Bryon White remarked, “Feeling like we were going through this alone would have made it so much more difficult.” “But a sizable number of firefighters were present at that hospital around the clock for three days. never moved.”
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“Ethan was a man in the prime of his existence. Seeing that happen to someone like Ethan is unfortunate. the one who least deserves it. It’s difficult to swallow, “White added.
Wilson decided to give his organs in order to save others even after he passed away.
He placed a lot of importance on helping others, according to White. “He was a young, healthy man, and we are confident that he will save lives. That’s now happening, as we’ve previously been informed. Seeing his legacy live on in others does lessen the blow, and that is what he would have wanted.”
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