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NH fire department requesting LED sign

The department said it would help residents with being more aware of emergency procedures


By Dana Wormald
The Union Leader

LONDONDERRY, N.H. —When a freak October snowstorm left most of the town in the dark last fall, many residents reported a lapse in communications when it came to school cancellations and the availability of the town's emergency shelter.

This week, local fire officials said installing an LED message sign in front of Central Fire Station on Mammoth Road would help keep locals more aware of emergency procedures in the event of another weather emergency.

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