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Bombero herido en el trabajo habla en apoyo del proyecto de ley de la casa de rociadores contra incendios

Por Fred Durso, Jr. ¿Conoce Pablo Machado? We introduced him to our growing army of sprinkler advocates earlier this year, the first in a series of new Faces of Fire profiles highlighting fire service members impacted by fire. A Massachusetts resident, Machado is now using his powerful story to exact change in his state. A couple Massachusetts newspapers have picked up his op-ed on how the aftermath of a home fire in 2013 ended his friend’s firefighting career, left him with debilitating injuries, and how it all could have been avoided if home fire sprinklers had been present. Machado also discussed his

Fuente:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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