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Vaughan fire kicks off Alarms for Life
July 8, 2016

Every year since 2011, Vaughan Fire and Rescue Service has gone door to door to teach residents about fire prevention.

As part of the Alarms for Life program, the fire service will visit streets each weekend throughout this summer and early fall to talk to Vaughan residents and check that their smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are working and located in the right places.

Since Vaughan fire can't visit every house, all residents are encouraged to take fire prevention into their own hands and do the following:

Vaughan fire kicked off the Alarms for Life program July 8 by visiting a local family to inspect their house and talk about fire safety.