Brie Hemingway joins Surrey Search and Rescue

MIT Class of 2015
MIT Class of 2015

Brie Hemingway, management coordinator at Collings Johnston Inc., has been accepted into the 2015 recruits for Surrey Search and Rescue (SSAR) as a volunteer Member-in-Training.

Founded in 1973, SSAR is a registered non-profit society devoted to the recovery of missing persons primarily in the Southwest region of British Columbia. Powered by a dedicated group of volunteers, SSAR also provides personal preparedness education and resources to the community through participation in special events and public engagements. Our members train and practice regularly so that we are always ready to answer the call. SSAR primarily covers the municipalities of Surrey, White Rock, Delta, and Richmond. Mutual Aid Support is also provided to other search and rescue organizations across British Columbia. The team’s many capabilities include: ground search and rescue, rope rescue, mountain rescue, swiftwater rescue, inland water rescue, evidence searches, evacuation assistance, spotting and tracking.