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Public Safety Updates

  • MB: Hanover considers issuing fines for false fire alarms
    2.24.22 – Steinbach Online – The RM of Hanover may soon begin to issue fines for false alarms. The Rural Municipality of Hanover is in the process of updating its Fire Prevention Bylaw to include a penalty for false alarms. Fire Chief Paul Wiebe says his department responds to a significant number of false alarms.


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Fire & EMS News

  • FL: Firefighters responded to fire alarms at a Gainesville daycare
    2.23.22 – The Independent Florida Alligator – A fire raged at a Gainesville daycare center Tuesday morning while it was closed. Gainesville Fire Rescue crews arrived at Kid City USA about eight minutes after a fire alarm system notification at 3:45 a.m., according to a GFR press release.

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