Greg Burgner, pastor of Williamson United Methodist Church in Pike County, was seriously injured in a traffic accident Sunday.
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#1 cats on 11/30/09 at 07:09 AM
He is on my prayer list as well.
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#2 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 12:08 PM
Does anyone know how pastor Burgner doing?
#2.1 Walter Geiger on 11/30/09 at 12:32 PM
#3 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 12:41 PM
We were supporters of SPLOST and it did pass. We need a fulltime paid Barnesville and Lamar County firefighters with all the fire house manned 24 hours and 7 days. Barnesville and Lamar County firefighters staying at the station 24 hours and 7 days. Firefighters save 3 or 5 minutes. Mid Georgia Ambulance held an Open house at its new location beside the old Grove St and Milner and across from Bad Boys House of Cycles. The ambulances sit in the old Grove St and Milner parking lot and wait for a call to come in where they are needed. Mid Georgia Ambulance employess quickly move to get on to the road when a call goes out, but during that time between calls, they now have a place of their own to relax. Mid Georgia Ambulance held an open house is coming soon with food for all who came by to visit their new operations center. It was relaxed for those who weren't working with friends, family, and people from the community coming by to visit. Mid Georgia Aambulance's new headquarters in Barnesville.
#3.1 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 05:25 PM
what is all this rambling?
#3.2 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 05:51 PM
what has that got to with the pastor that got hurt. the new office is in Pike Co.
#3.2.1 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 09:33 PM
Well said. Pike County SPLOST and it did not pass. Pike County volunteers do not stay at the station 24 hours. Lamar County is moving up. Lamar County BOC and it did pass. We need a fulltime paid Barnesville and Lamar County firefighters. Firefighters save 3 or 5 minutes. Look at the picture? How bad? What do you think?
#3.3 Anonymous on 11/30/09 at 10:06 PM
This has nothing to do the main article here about the pastor getting hurt.
#3.3.1 cats on 12/01/09 at 05:25 AM
It never does have anything to do with the article but is going to show up anyway.
#3.4 Sheila Tolley on 12/01/09 at 07:50 AM
Get outta his space. Splost lost and so are you.
#3.5 Anonymous on 12/01/09 at 08:37 AM
Walter why do you allow the comment about SPLOST be posted here?
#3.5.1 Anonymous on 12/01/09 at 10:49 AM
Not SPLOST. New BOC. It did pass. Mid Georgia ambulance moving. We need a fulltime paid firefighters. Not only 3 are paid. No volunteers. Look at the picture? How bad is? What do you think? Do you want to live? Firefighters save. Volunteers not save.
#4 Anonymous on 12/01/09 at 01:25 PM
Any updates on Greg?
#4.1 Anonymous on 12/02/09 at 09:44 AM
Pastor Greg had surgery yesterday to deal with compound fractures in his right leg. He had some cranial pressure that now seems to be alleviated and will be able to undergo surgeries to correct the other injuries he sustained in the accident. He is still listed as critical but stable and is expected to make a full recovery. Continued prayers are desired for he and his family.
#5 Anonymous on 12/01/09 at 05:01 PM
Don't you people realize we are more concern about the pastor then this darn SPLOST!!
#5.1 Anonymous on 12/01/09 at 08:54 PM
Not pastor. I mean. We need a fulltime paid firefighters. Not SPLOST. New BOC. The accident was in Spalding County in front of the Mega maze. Look at the picture. How do you feel? What do you think? Do you want to live? What need? We need a fulltime paid fire chief and firefighters. No volunteers.
#6 ANONYMOUS on 12/03/09 at 08:52 AM
My prayers are with him and his family at this time.
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