Firefighters Fighting Fires… and Now Cell Phone Towers

“What happened when first responder cell towers were placed on fire stations to facilitate communications between police and medical persons? Within a week of installation many firefighters developed unusual symptoms of headaches, fatigue, insomnia, memory loss, confusion, nausea and weakness. After a time, firefighters in stations with adjacent cell towers were found to have forgotten CPR or became lost responding to a fire in a city they grew up in.”

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Physicians for Safe Technology

Firefighters are the first responders in emergencies. Every community depends upon their strength, bravery and clear quick thinking to extinguish fires, rescue people and perform medical assistance, in order to protect our lives and property. What happened when first responder cell towers were placed on fire stations to facilitate communications between police and medical persons?  Within a week of installation many firefighters developed unusual symptoms of headaches, fatigue, insomnia, memory loss, confusion, nausea and weakness. After a time, firefighters in stations with adjacent cell towers were found to have forgotten CPR or became lost responding to a fire in a city they grew up in. A neurologic study was commissioned by the International Association of Firefighters (IAFF), led by Dr. Gunnar Heuser, to determine if there was any evidence of brain dysfunction in those exposed for long periods to first responder cell towers. Firefighters then began fighting cell towers as…

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