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Following news report questioning state sprinkler requirement, sprinkler activation extinguishes fire on victim

By Fred Durso, Jr. Media outlets in Maryland continue to produce slanted stories on the impact of the state’s sprinkler requirement, which fail to give the public the full story on these life-saving devices. Case in point: An article recently appeared on a local news site with a headline stating the requirement willdampen building.Only a sentence was devoted to sprinkler advocates, including NFPA, who support the statewide sprinkler requirement. The rest of the story focused on builders balking at the requirement, stating that it willunnecessarily add to the housing market’s woes.The state fire marshal disagrees. In an op-ed Brian Geraci

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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