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SMOKE DETECTORS SAVE LIVES.
I am Eldon Ledoux, St George Fire Public Information Officer,and this message is very personal.
On October 16th one of my daughters had a fire in her home in New Jersey. The smoke detector in the basement went off. She cracked open the door and saw dense, black smoke. She closed the door and called 9-1-1. The fire department arrived very quickly. The fire was contained to the laundry area in the basement. There were no injuries and the fire damage was relatively minor.
AS A PARENT, I know that smoke detector saved my daughter's home, and quite possibly her life, by alerting her in the fire's very early stages.
When we return to Central Standard Time by setting our clocks back an hour early on November 4th, REMEMBER TO TEST YOUR SMOKE DETECTORS.

 

  EXTREME HEAT causes more deaths in the averge year than hurricanes, lightning, tornadoes, earthquakes, and floods COMBINED.

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