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Temple firefighters, rotary club members to help install smoke alarms

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TEMPLE, TX (KXXV) -

Temple Fire & Rescue will team up with the city’s rotary club to help keep Temple citizens safe from fires.

Rotary members wearing vest will work with firefighters to install smoke alarms on Saturday, April 8, from 8:30 a.m. to noon.

Workers will canvas neighborhoods and offer to exchange broken alarms for working ones free of charge.

Firefighters and Rotarians will visit the following streets in Temple:

  • Alamo Court
  • Bowie Court
  • Duval Court
  • Erath Drive
  • The 1900 and 2400 blocks of Monticello Road

Families who live in Temple and need a smoke alarm are asked to call Temple Fire & Rescue at 254-298-5682 to schedule an appointment.

They will also receive an information packet on home fire safety.

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