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Fire-Related Fatalities Underscore Need For Smoke Detectors

by Tribune 0:53 mins

Fire-Related Fatalities Underscore Need For Smoke Detectors

by Tribune 0:53 mins

With 55 fire-related fatalities this year in Indiana alone, officials are reminding residents how important it is to have working smoke detectors in homes and work places. The state has already passed the death toll from last year, so officials are stressing the urgency of this issue. Fire officials say to make sure to test your smoke detectors regularly to ensure that they will work in a time of need.

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