Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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June 20, 2013

GFD called to bomb threats, fire alarms

GLASGOW — As Glasgow Fire Department was lending its support Wednesday with blocking traffic and being on standby just in case two threats that bombs were in the parking lots of Walmart and ACK Controls came to fruition, it also responded to two fire alarms.

The first of those was at 200 American Ave. – a warehouse used by a nearby factory for storage, said GFD Assistant Chief Micheal Hale.

The building had a dry sprinkler system, with which no water is automatically in the pipes and an air compressor forces water through the pipes when needed, he explained.


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