May 20, 2022

Deep River Fire Department Offers Smoke Detectors and Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Smoke alarmNews Channel 8 recently partnered with Kidde, The Home Depot, and the Burn Center and the Trauma Center at Bridgeport Hospital to present Operation Save a Life; a life-saving program designed to increase public awareness of fire and carbon monoxide dangers. One of the cornerstones of this program is the distribution of smoke alarms to Connecticut families in need. You are going to want to make sure that you keep your home safe from fire, the various precautions to take are going to make sure that the smoke alarms are up-to-date to make sure they are working properly.

The Deep River Fire Department has a limited number of these smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors that we will install for free in your home. Please call the Deep River Fire Department at 860-526-6042 and leave a message if you or anyone you know is in need of a smoke detector or carbon monoxide detector. Someone will return your call and schedule a time for installation.