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By Fred Durso, Jr. I was reminded today of the power of one voice. Having already endured four decades of surgeries related to burns he sustained during a home fire in 1971, firefighter Phil Tammaro was back in the hospital this month. He acquired an infection on his left leg, which was significantly burned in the fire, and had to be admitted to a Boston-based hospital for recent treatment. This is the reality of a burn survivor, he said during our joint presentation to NFPA staff this week. While he doesn’t let his burns define him, they are his grim reminder of the atrocities

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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