In years after Sofa Super Store fire, Charleston's firefighters have turned for support

There's an interesting story in today's Post and Courier about how the Charleston Firefighter Support Team has seen a large surge of use due to issues caused by the memories of the Sofa Super Store fire that killed nine firemen back in 2007.

I say interesting in the notion that the $320,000-a-year program has proved popular in the largely go-it-alone South and that it shows just how far the effects of that fire went beyond just the nine that died and their families. 

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