Thousands of public housing facilities failed smoke alarm inspections

More than 1 million people in the U.S. are living in federally-funded housing complexes that inspectors found had fallen short on working smoke detectors, according to an ABC investigation.
2:41 | 02/28/20

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This is tragedy that he. Okay. Okay. It was as devastated. There's a lot of things that have to be corrected and they're not corrected overnight. And to you know the proof is in the pudding I think you condense the significant changes. Everything is catnip what would you do how would you get out.

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