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York firefighters and police team up to deliver important message about smoke detectors

THE YORK POLICE COMMISSIONER HAS ARRIVED TO PROVIDE AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE TO THE COMMUNITY ABOUT SMOKE DETECTORS, WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT AND THEY HOPE PEOPLE WHO HEAR THIS MESSAGE INCLUDE SPANKERS. A SHIPMENT OF SMOKE DETECTORS IS READY TO BE DISTRIBUTED THROUGHOUT THE CITY OF YORK AND NORTH YORK. THEY WERE PURCHASED BY THE CITY THROUGH A GRANT RECEIVED BY THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND THE YORK FIRE CHIEF WANTS PEOPLE TO KNOW THEY WILL SOON BE AVAILABLE TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY, WITH A SPECIAL ACCIDENT ON THE Spanish-speaking COMMUNITY. This is going to be open to everyone, but we just want to make sure that the word definitely gets out to these people. IN RECENT MONTHS, EIGHT Spanish-speakers have died in fires where there were no smoke detectors. CHEF SAYS A LANGUAGE BARRIER MAY BE PART OF THE PROBLEM. WE WANT TO ENSURE THAT THESE PEOPLE ARE PROTECTED, REGARDLESS OF THE LANGUAGE BARRIER. SO IN ABOUT A MONTH, THE CITY HOPES TO START DISTRIBUTING SMOKE DETECTORS AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. RESIDENTS SHOULD CALL THE FIRE FIGHTERS AND ASK FOR THEM. THE FIREFIGHTERS WILL INSTALL THEM. WE WANT TO ENSURE EVERYONE IS SAFE AND PROTECTED. AND HERE IS A PHONE NUMBER TO CALL TO GET ONE. THE CITY OF YORK FIRE DEPARTMENT HQ TELEPHONE NUMBER. IS 717854 3921. IT IS. 854 3921 AND OF COURSE, MAKE SURE THAT SMOKE DETECTORS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED TO

York firefighters and police team up to highlight the importance of smoke detectors in homes

York’s Fire Chief and Police Commissioner have teamed up to deliver an important message to the community regarding smoke detectors. The two city officials recorded a public service announcement about their importance in saving lives. In recent months, the fire chief said eight Spanish-speaking people have died in fires where no smoke detectors were working. The city plans to distribute new ones to York and North York residents in about a month. “If there is a language barrier, we just want to identify it and everyone understands that these services are available,” said York Fire Chief William Sleeger. The city just received at least 150 thanks to a grant to the York police. Those interested should call the York Fire Department headquarters at 717-854-3921.

York’s Fire Chief and Police Commissioner have teamed up to deliver an important message to the community regarding smoke detectors.

The two city officials recorded a public service announcement about their importance in saving lives.

In recent months, the fire chief said eight Spanish-speaking people have died in fires where no smoke detectors were working. The city plans to distribute new ones to York and North York residents in about a month.

“If there is a language barrier, we just want to identify it and everyone understands that these services are available,” said York Fire Chief William Sleeger.

The city just received at least 150 thanks to a grant to the York police.

Those who wish to do so should call the York Fire Department at 717-854-3921.