Familia de relieve la realidad de incendios en el hogar después de su fuga y muerte de dos seres queridos

Por Fred Durso, Jr. Jed Boucher’s foray into safety advocacy followed one of the most horrific moments of his life. The unfortunate outcome of a fire in his home last year was the loss of the structure and the deaths of his mother and brother. “Ten more seconds in there, and I’d have been killed,” Boucher told a Massachusetts publication following the fire late last year. Smoking materials were the culprit, a reality that Boucher’s mom, Brigette, warned of many times before. “My mother was always on us for smoking,” Boucher’s sister, Denise, said in the story. During the fire, screams to Brigettelovingly referred

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative

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