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An Advocates' Coalition Dedicated to Creating a Fire Safe America...Making a Difference by Turning Tragedy into Advocacy. Fire Sprinklers Save Lives!
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Common Voices 10h
Our hearts are broken! 3-Year-Old Rescued From Fort Worth Apartment Fire Dies From Her Injuries. How many more are too many more? When will we, as a country, require in ALL residences! ! !
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Wisconsin State Fire Inspectors Association 13h
September is Campus Fire Safety Month. Visit the U.S. Fire Administration website for more information on how to be fire safe on and off campus.
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Quick Response Fire Protection Sep 24
Small fire that started in Anderson County, SC activates which "helped to put the fire out" and prevented fire damage to the building!
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Ounce of Prevention 10h
Heading to the cabin for the weekend? Check out these tips first to help keep your family safe this .
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NFSA Sep 24
NFSA side-by-side burn demo in Trousdale County TN- Commission Chairman Dwight Jewell: “It’s in the code; we would have to make the decision to take it out,” said Jewell, who added that he supported keeping the sprinkler requirement in the code.
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US Fire Marshals 12h
On 9/25/03 a fire at a Nashville nursing home killed 16. The bldg was exempt from required sprinklers. A 2nd floor fire trapped many immobile patients. The tragedy resulted in Medicaid and Medicare requiring all nursing homes to have sprinklers by 8/13.
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NFSA 10h
Fact: According to , the combo of working & reduces the likelihood of dying in a fire by more than 82%, fire sprinklers can reduce up to 97%!
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Premier Fire Protection Services, LLC 12h
Myth: are too expensive.
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Quick Response Fire Protection 10h
Fire that started at hotel in Hartford SD activates - "contained to the third floor" - no injuries!
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NFSA 11h
-Machine catches fire inside scrap metal shop. The building’s system quickly doused the flames. Staff and all safe! at its finest!
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Keith Brower Sep 23
Terrific news!! I know this required alot of time and work! But it's the right thing to do! Firefighter cancer protection bill passes SC House late Tuesday night
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NFSA 11h
Just in time for ! You Can Buy Lizzie Borden’s House — and YES! It's equipped with !
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NFSA 11h
:MBFD: Sprinkler system, thermal imaging helped in getting hotel fire under control quickly. That's !
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NFSA Sep 24
Renovated house on the market, again Just in time for ...and YES, it's equipped with !
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Common Voices Sep 24
-30 displaced by apartment building fire. How many more will become homeless because of a fire in a building with no ? in all residential structures!
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Common Voices Sep 24
Residents forced to jump from window to escape apartment fire. Fire started after someone left food unattended on the stove in the kitchen. Don't depend on your neighbors for YOUR . Look for BEFORE you rent!
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Common Voices Sep 24
-27 people displaced after fire that started in closet of 2nd flr apt. could have changed this outcome-
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NFSA Sep 24
Fire Captain:“In hotels on the 12th flr. It takes longer to get up there & a lot more difficult to put out. Fortunately w/most hotels, they have sprinkler systems-they’re built to keep the fire in room of origin, which is what happened here.”
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NFSA Sep 24
-Single fire sprinkler extinguishes flames in McKinney apartment balcony via
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NFSA Sep 24
NFSA PenJerDel Chapter Reports on Sprinkler Save During Campus Fire Safety Month via
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