Several fires have been occurring around the city lately, spurring the Louisiana Red Cross and the New Orleans Fire Department teamed up this weekend to make sure that everyone has a working smoke alarm. There are multiple ways you can help, including donating to the Sound the Alarm campaign or even volunteering to install smoke alarms in your community. "You get your family members and you're hightailing it out". "We were able to put in three smoke alarms to keep her that little bit safer". Afterwards, volunteers sit down with all the members of the house.
Volunteers gathered across South Florida to support the nationwide effort to help reduce the number of deaths and injuries caused by home fires. "They're going to have someone talk about some of the basic fire safety tips". "It's also our most deadly disaster that we respond to, so it's a natural partnership between fire departments, specifically the Rockford Fire Department, and the American Red Cross", said David Pattengale, the Interim Executive Director with the Red Cross Northwest Illinois Chapter. "Every resident in New Orleans should have a working smoke alarm".
It's all part of the "sound the alarm" campaign.
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"We'll come out, assess your home, see how many you need".
"You hear me say it hundred times, again and again, smoke alarms save lives", NOFD Superintendent Tim McConnell said.