Capt. Chad McRorie, left, evaluates Fire Apparatus Operator Jeff Weber as he conducts a simulated firefighting operation at the Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division's training center on Friday. Training is one of the things that can be interrupted when firefighters are forced to respond to false alarms.
Capt. Chad McRorie, left, evaluates Fire Apparatus Operator Jeff Weber as he conducts a simulated firefighting operation at the Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division's training center on Friday. Training is one of the things that can be interrupted when firefighters are forced to respond to false alarms. Jay Karr, staff photo
Capt. Chad McRorie, left, evaluates Fire Apparatus Operator Jeff Weber as he conducts a simulated firefighting operation at the Hilton Head Island Fire & Rescue Division's training center on Friday. Training is one of the things that can be interrupted when firefighters are forced to respond to false alarms. Jay Karr, staff photo

False alarms become nuisance, fines needed, Hilton Head fire chief says

February 02, 2013 06:53 PM

UPDATED February 02, 2013 07:06 PM

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