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Robert Kelley

The people of the community should participate in fire prevention and part of their job is to make sure that firefighters can do their jobs with ease so that fires will easily be suppressed. Hoarding should be prevented or stopped.

Hector Lagomasino

Thank you for the handout. I am doing a presentation for my fire department and I plan on using it.
The presentation is on hoarding and our responses to those types of calls.
We will discuss recognition, responsibility, tracking and creating a local task force.
i'll keep checking back to yuor blog.

Cheap Storage london

Its true that these hoarding situation are really the big cause for loss of lives and money and a proper guidance is needed to get rid of these situation and I appreciate the efforts of the department that they are gonna implement in near future

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