Fire division gets new federal grant
Published 01/29/2010, The Daily Republic
A recently obtained grant from the federal government will offer a better chance to protect firefighters from carbon-monoxide poisoning, according to the new head of the Mitchell Fire Division.
Paul Morris said a $17,813 grant from the Department of Homeland Security will allow for the purchase of five monitors that check levels of carbon monoxide, a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that can be toxic to humans.
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