An Outer Banks woman wanting to better her community named local firefighters as big benefactors of her estate. The late Virginia Dunaye has left the Kitty Hawk Firefighters Association over $48,000 in her will that was used to purchase a new emergency response truck. Prior to the purchase, firefighters had to use old police cars, which they say were too cramped for rescue equipment, and couldn't drive on the beach.
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