Fire marshal offering free smoke detectors

5/20/2014

Free smoke detectors are being made available to communities across Kansas for a program dedicated to ensuring fire safety for Kansans.

Free smoke detectors are being made available to communities across Kansas for a program dedicated to ensuring fire safety for Kansans.

The Office of the State Fire Marshal has initiated the program, "Saving Lives of Kansans, One Home At A Time." It will provide 10-year lithium batteries detectors to fire departments across the state to provide to members of their community in the homes that need them.

For information, contact the State Fire Marshal's office at (785) 296-0659.

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