July 2007
Fire Chief;Jul2007, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p11
Trade Publication
The article presents responses from readers regarding the death of nine firefighters responding on a fire in Charleston, South Carolina. One reader states that he was given the chance to meet Captain Louis Mulkey and he could sense that he is dedicated with his work. Another reader states that it is necessary to develop a more effective ways on how to teach risk management. A reader expresses that factual basis should be established before concluding and judging the situation.


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