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Carbon Monoxide Safety

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Hurricane Michael

MO-TF1 has been activated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to deploy as a 16-person Mission Ready Package – Water (Type 1 Swiftwater Rescue Team) to...

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ABC 17 MO-TF1 Rescues 109 People in North Carolina

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Some Alarms for Deaf and Hard of Hearing

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MO-TF1 Responds to Hurricane Lane

On Wednesday, August 22, three members of Missouri Task Force 1 were activated to deploy to the Hawaiian Islands in preparation for Hurricane Lane’s landfall. They join...

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Escape Planning

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Sprinkler Protected Homes

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When the Power Goes Out – Carbon Monoxide Poison

When the Power Goes Out, Keep Your Generator Outside   Portable back-up generators produce the poison gas carbon monoxide (CO). CO is an odorless, colorless gas that...

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Fatal Fires In Residential Buildings

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Hear the Beep Where You Sleep

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