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Over the weekend while many were relaxing, the Pocatello Fire Department, American Red Cross, and partner organizations were hard at work.
Saturday the groups joined forces to install 105 smoke alarms in an Old Town neighborhood. The effort was part of the American Red Cross’ Home Fire Preparedness Program, which looks to reduce home fire injuries and deaths across the United States.
“We’d like to thank everyone who took the time out of their busy schedules to help Saturday,” said Kim Stouse, Community Relations/Education Specialist with the Pocatello Fire Department. “Because of the hard work of volunteers and our partner organizations, dozens of Pocatello residents are now living in safer homes.”
To register to have a free smoke alarm installed in your home, visit getasmokealarm.org.