Signs marking vacant homes would warn Ohio fire crews
Firefighters talking to development officials about creating system to mark city-owned vacant homes to alert firefighters of hazards
By Mark Ferenchik
The Columbus Dispatch
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus firefighters face enough dangers without needlessly risking their safety.
So they're talking to Columbus development officials about creating a system to mark city-owned vacant homes to alert firefighters about hazards when responding to a fire or other emergency.
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