Smoke detectors being offered
TRINITY — The Trinity Volunteer Fire Department is offering smoke detectors or services free of charge to every Trinity family.
Assistant Fire Chief Keith Johnson said that the department has 60 detectors for homes without them, and will have them installed if homeowners are unable to do so.
Should the homes have detectors, the Fire Department urges they be tested for working condition. If homeowners are unable or unaware of the procedure, firefighters will be able to help. Additionally, the batteries in the detectors need to be changed twice a year.
Assisting the Fire Department is Higginbotham Brothers, All-Around Electric and Elliot Electric.
To get a detector, or to seek assistance, contact (936) 594-2505.
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