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Mutual aid alarms keep the Frankenmuth Fire Dept. busy

  The Frankenmuth Fire Department was summoned for four calls for service last week, boosting their 2024 totals to 49 through the first two months of the year.

  At 7:50pm Monday, February 19, a carbon monoxide detector activated in a condominium unit at Munich Square, 437 West Schleier Street.

  FFD Lt. Eric MacKinnon advised the detector did its job as a low level of poisonous gas was found by the monitor. Since a specific source could not be determined at the time, two natural gas appliances were turned off and the occupant stayed with family until a licensed mechanical firm could check the units the following morning.

  Engine 1 and Squad 4 responded with 16 firefighters answering the call. .....

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