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Firefighters say: Don't Forget Smoke Alarms

With Daylight Saving Time over, firefighters remind you to do one important thing.

REDINGS MILL --- Fire Officials are asking you to make sure your smoke detectors are working properly . Firefighters encourage residents to replace the alarm's batteries during every time change to ensure safety. They say a detector can make the difference between life and death.

"Todays combustibles, today's material that furniture is made out of and carpets and wall coverings and thing of that sort you find in your typical residence or structure can be highly volitile when they do catch fire, so they move quick and the best thing to do is have working smoke detectors," says Redings Mill Fire Chief Steve Coats.

Firefighters also recommend you not only have working smoke alarms, but carbon monoxide detectors as well

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