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October 7, 2013 5:41 PM

Macon-Bibb emergency responders receive pet oxygen masks

They improvised for years as best they could with oxygen masks designed for children, but from now on, Macon-Bibb firefighters and police will be ready with pet oxygen masks when responding to emergencies involving smoke asphyxiation.

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