Levy County Deputy's Home Burns to the Ground
Sheriff's deputies risk their lives every day protecting others, and now a community is coming together to help one deputy and his family who lost everything in a house fire.
Deputy Marshall Smith has worked for the Levy County Sheriff's Office for 11 years and is a part time E-M-T. He, his wife, his one year old son and five year old daughter went to the store Wednesday, when they received a call from the sheriff's office that their house was in flames.
The Williston Fire Department is holding a "fill the boot" fundraising drive on Saturday May 28th on the corner of Main St. and Noble Avenue in Williston.
The sheriff's office has also set up an account in Smith's name at all State Perkins Banks in Levy County for donations for the family.
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