Recent home fire deaths exemplify outcome of banning fire sprinkler requirements in new homes

By The site of a home fire that killed a six-year-old resident of Plainfield, Connecticut, in 2016 (Photo: Hartford Courant) An article recently appearing in the Kansas City Star underscores the deadly effects of prohibiting the installation

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative

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