Bells, no smells

McCormick, Garry; Young, Sally
September 2003
Fire Chief;Sep2003, Vol. 47 Issue 9, p74
Trade Publication
Reports on the countywide plan launched in Charlotte, North Carolina to equip fire and emergency responders with monitors the public with the knowledge to avert carbon monoxide crisis. Five-point strategy devised to address carbon monoxide problems; Creation of a task force on carbon monoxide ordinance.


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