Chief Brosnan Speaks in Atlanta
Chief D. W. Brosnan, of Albany, Ga., Vice-President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, addressed the Fire Prevention Committee of the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon arranged in his honor. Chief Brosnan has been the recipient of a number of honors because of the excellent fire loss record attained by his city.
He credited the fine showing in fire prevention work to the education of school children, the cooperation of the press and both the advertising and cooperation of civic organizations. Chief Brosnan described the operation of the night patrol that has been successful in locating about eighty-five per cent of the night fires.
Ft. Collins, Col., Reports Low Loss—Chief T. P. Treadwell of Fort Collins, Col., in his March report revealed a low fire loss for the city. The department responded to fourteen alarms during March, of which two were false. The estimated loss on all buildings involved was $168 while the loss on contents was $1,358.