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South Carolina Fire Sprinkler Coalition uses TV media to dispel myths, address cost concerns

By Fred Durso, Jr. En 2014, South Carolina had the fifth highest number of fire deaths per capita in the nation, according to a recent TV report. Moreover, there have been 300 fire deaths in the state since 2007. Outraged by these figures, fire safety advocates in South Carolina aren’t taking these statistics lying down. The South Carolina Fire Sprinkler Coalition recently positioned itself in front of TV cameras to promote a proven cure to their state’s fire problem. First, they organized a live burn/sprinkler demonstration earlier this month, which got the attention of both the public and TV media. The demonstrationsare meant

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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