Zebulon firefighters (front, from left) Mike Ezzell, Zack McLeod, Stephen Perry, Weston Hinton and others work a training burn of the home at 507 N. Gill St. on June 11, 2016. The home was owned by Wake County, which offered it up for the exercise that burned the home to the ground. The N.C. Division of Air Quality and other permitting agencies allow fire departments to burn homes when there is a bona fide training value to the structure.
Zebulon firefighters (front, from left) Mike Ezzell, Zack McLeod, Stephen Perry, Weston Hinton and others work a training burn of the home at 507 N. Gill St. on June 11, 2016. The home was owned by Wake County, which offered it up for the exercise that burned the home to the ground. The N.C. Division of Air Quality and other permitting agencies allow fire departments to burn homes when there is a bona fide training value to the structure. COURTESY OF JUSTIN PERRY
Zebulon firefighters (front, from left) Mike Ezzell, Zack McLeod, Stephen Perry, Weston Hinton and others work a training burn of the home at 507 N. Gill St. on June 11, 2016. The home was owned by Wake County, which offered it up for the exercise that burned the home to the ground. The N.C. Division of Air Quality and other permitting agencies allow fire departments to burn homes when there is a bona fide training value to the structure. COURTESY OF JUSTIN PERRY

Zack McLeod and Stephen Perry are Zebulon’s Firefighters of the Year

January 06, 2017 10:57 AM