EXCLUSIVE: Former Penticton Fire Chief discusses PTSD, lawsuit against City
By Angela Jung and Kimberly Davidson
June 22, 2016
PENTICTON — A former Penticton Fire Chief is suing the City for wrongful dismissal and several other claims.
Wayne Harold Williams, 56, served the City of Penticton with a notice of civil claim on June 21, 2016.
In an exclusive interview with Global News, Wayne Williams says over the span of four days in February 2015, the fire department responded to three major fires.
One of those calls irrevocably changed his life. It was a house fire, but it was no ordinary blaze because a body was found inside; the man had committed suicide.
Williams believes this incident triggered his post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
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