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Feb 19
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Planning for Failure, What to do before you lose water

We have all watched the news and social media apps with articles and videos from Texas and surrounding states of frozen and broken pipes. Most of the videos show broken residential pipes and sprinkler system breaks that are all too common in the northeast. The one video that made me stop in my tracks was of a water tower with a broken supply pipe. The water reserve for the whole system was no longer filling the system with water; instead, it made a lake on the ground below. I questioned if the…See More
Feb 19
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Lives in:
Connecticut
Department:
Niantic Fire
Title/rank:
Lieutenant
Years of public service:
16
Agency structure:
Combination fire department
Professional Qualifications:
Firefighter II
Instructor I
Certified CT Fire Marshal
Emergency 911 Dispatcher
Bio:
I am a full-time 911 dispatcher with 13-year experience, a 16-year member of the Niantic Fire Department, and a certified Connecticut Fire Marshal.

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Planning for Failure, What to do before you lose water

We have all watched the news and social media apps with articles and videos from Texas and surrounding states of frozen and broken pipes. Most of the videos show broken residential pipes and sprinkler system breaks that are all too common in the northeast. The one video that made me stop in my tracks was of a water tower with a broken supply pipe. The water reserve for the whole system was no longer filling the system with water; instead, it made a lake on the ground below. I questioned if…

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