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Editorial: Argument against home fire sprinklers is a flimsy one

Por nfpa@deveon.doom Following a story appearing in the Kansas City Star underscoring the deadly effects of banning home fire sprinkler requirements, the paper’s editorial board has offered pointed remarks in support of this technology. “There should be no

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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