From left to right, Lynwood Evans, Dean Godwin and Trudy Evans. Trudy Evans was burned by a flash flame at a nuclear energy plant in Castle Hayne in July 2004. Godwin was chief at the plant, and Trudy’s husband Lynwood was also working at the plant at the time. Godwin and Trudy Evans met again for the first time at N.C. Jaycee Burn Center’s 24th annual reunion Saturday.
From left to right, Lynwood Evans, Dean Godwin and Trudy Evans. Trudy Evans was burned by a flash flame at a nuclear energy plant in Castle Hayne in July 2004. Godwin was chief at the plant, and Trudy’s husband Lynwood was also working at the plant at the time. Godwin and Trudy Evans met again for the first time at N.C. Jaycee Burn Center’s 24th annual reunion Saturday. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newobserver.com
From left to right, Lynwood Evans, Dean Godwin and Trudy Evans. Trudy Evans was burned by a flash flame at a nuclear energy plant in Castle Hayne in July 2004. Godwin was chief at the plant, and Trudy’s husband Lynwood was also working at the plant at the time. Godwin and Trudy Evans met again for the first time at N.C. Jaycee Burn Center’s 24th annual reunion Saturday. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newobserver.com

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