One story, many endings

Loeb, Donald L.
August 2003
Fire Chief;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p110
Trade Publication
Focuses on the fire suppression in a one-story wood-frame dwelling. Instrument used to control of a fully-involved one-story frame dwelling; Involvement in the garage area; Involvement in the single-room concealed-space; Ventilation hints in a one-story frame dwelling.


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