Burn survivor PSA receives top honors for message on home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. The Wisconsin Broadcasters Association recently announced that a public service announcement featuring a 22-year-old burn survivor championing for home fire sprinklers has received the accolade “Best PSA for Large Market Radio.” Created by the National Fire Sprinkler Association’s Wisconsin Chapter, the PSA features Jeff Jordan, one of the newest members of Common Voices, an advocate’s coalition determined to create a fire-safe America. (Jordan has also participated in activities with the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors.) Jordan was only six weeks old when he was burned in a house fire resulting from his brothers playing with a lighter. Sustaining third- and…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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