Who Invented the Fire Hydrant?

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The fire hydrant was invented by George Smith in 1817. Smith was a firefighter. Another design was crafted by Birdsill Holley in 1869.
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Cameron dallas mack in 1742.
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Birdsill Holly Jr. was born on November 8, 1820 and he invented the fire hydrant.
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Birdsill Holley in 1869 is credited with one design of a hydrant, there were many previous designs before his. another favorite answer to brain busters like this is "John Hydrant
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Fire hydrants work as an on and off valve for the water that is supplied to the fire hoses. The pressure comes from regulators that are installed on the fire engines. For more information
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