Cody Mullens Obituary, Death – The volunteers of the Pinch Fire Department would like to take this time to offer their condolences to the West Virginia Division of Forestry as well as to the family of Forester Cody Mullens. Mr. Mullens passed away unexpectedly earlier this week. Forester Mullens had been working in Fayette County with the intention of putting out the fire when he tragically lost his life
there while working with a large number of other fire teams to put out a brush fire. He had been working in Fayette County with the objective of putting out the fire. He had been helping put out the fire in Fayette County, where he had been working. There was a considerable increase in the amount of fire crews that were attempting to put out the wildfire. He had been helping put out the fire while
he was working in Fayette County, which was the location of the blaze. It is inevitable that, as a direct result of this expansion, there will be a rise in the number of personnel who are dedicated to the purpose of putting out fires. The blaze was started in a distant part of the county that was completely made up of natural features that had not been developed. They totally enclosed the region, enclosing it from
all directions and enveloping it on all sides. Forester Mullens was working alongside a large number of other fire services to put out the fire when he was tragically killed in the line of duty. Other fire services were also working to put out the fire. The fire was brought under control by a combined effort from a number of different fire agencies.
Because of the coordinated efforts of a number of different fire agencies working together, the blaze was brought under control. The blaze was brought under control as a consequence of coordinated efforts made by a number of different fire departments, all of which worked together to ensure that their efforts were being coordinated.