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Protecting a Veteran with Fire Sprinklers

“When your life is altered completely and normal is no longer a word that applies to you, it can be a totally life-changing incident,” said Air Force Captain Anthony Simone, who suffered a traumatic brain injury in a rescue helicopter crash in Afghanistan in 2010. He gave those words during a May ceremony in...
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Manhattan Mayor Recognized for Voluntarily Installing Fire Sprinklers

When an eight-unit apartment building at 210 Morgan Court in Manhattan was destroyed by fire, the property owners were happy to see that the fire alarms helped everyone escape safely, but they wanted to make sure that such an event never occurred again. Owned by Manhattan Mayor William Borgo and Glenn Borgo under the...
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