Decontamination tents help Metro Detroit firefighters keep coronavirus (COVID-19) out of their homes
SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – For first responders, one of the greatest fears during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is bringing the virus home to their families. A Metro Detroit company is building decontamination units to place in the middle of fire stations to ease those concerns. Patrick and Zoe Kintz, from Great Lakes Remediation first offered to build decontamination tents for a friend -- Southfield firefighter Jamie Rakestraw and his wife, Andrea. Southfield Fire Chief Johnny Manifee said the peace of mind is important, as is keeping all his firefighters safe from the coronavirus. “I can’t thank Great Lakes Remediation enough.”Patrick and Zoe Kintz said they’ll run out of supplies soon, but if they can get donations, they’ll continue building more tents.