RFD offers tips to protect against carbon monoxide

November 23, 2013 • Local News

The Roswell Fire Department asks citizens to check and make sure their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are in good working order and the batteries are fresh.

Nearly 3,000 people die annually in home fires in the United States, most in homes that do not have a working smoke alarm.

The RFD, in cooperation with the U.S. Fire Administration, announces the local Install, Inspect, Protect Campaign, which encourages people to install smoke alarms if they do not have them; perform routine maintenance on those already in the home; create fire escape plans and Login to read more

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