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Get your running shoes ready, and join us tomorrow October 9th for the 9th Annual Run4Miles 10k, 5K, or 1k Fun Run! Tour the fire engine and meet Hansel, the arson dog! Heritage Recreation Center www.run4miles.com/

It's Fire Safety Week. Every second counts!
-Plan 2 ways out.
-Get out STAY OUT! Never re-enter a burning building.
-Practice your plan.
-Have a meeting place.
-Call 911 from outside the building. #piercecounty #puyallup #firesafetyweek

It's Fire Safety Week. Every second counts!
-Plan 2 ways out.
-Get out STAY OUT! Never re-enter a burning building.
-Practice your plan.
-Have a meeting place.
-Call 911 from outside the building.

Photoelectric smoke alarms are the best type of alarms to be installed near the kitchen and bathrooms to reduce nuisance alarms.
New multi-criteria smoke alarm technology will state “helps reduce cooking nuisance alarms” on the packaging. Consider using new multi-criteria alarms when it is ...time to replace existing photoelectric or ionization alarms. Be like Bill!
#firesafetyweek

Hear a chirp, chirp in your home, and you don't own a bird?

Then please change your smoke detector batteries! #centralpiercefire #firesafetyweek

Hear a chirp, chirp in your home, and you don't own a bird?

Then please change your smoke detector batteries!

Get your running shoes ready, and join us on October 9th for the 9th Annual Run4Miles 10k & Fun Run! Tour the fire engine and meet Hansel, the arson dog! Heritage Recreation Center

Fall is a good time to check your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to make sure that they are working properly. Also, make sure to vacuum around your smoke alarms. Keep smoke alarms free of cobwebs and small insects which can set off an smoke alarm. Yes, it can happen!

Did you know?
...Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms.
More than one-third (38 percent) of home fire deaths result from fires in which no smoke alarms are present.
The risk of dying in a home fire is cut in half in homes with working smoke alarms. (National Fire Protection Association)

Install smoke alarms:
In every bedroom
Outside each sleeping area
On every level of the home, including the basement

PLEASE: Close all doors in your home before bed each night! #CloseBeforeYouDoze