Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue offers free smoke detectors |

Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue offers free smoke detectors

Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue and has a limited supply of household smoke detectors to distribute to needy families in the area.

The battery-powered smoke detectors donated by SERVPRO clean-up and restoration company will be given out on a first-come basis. They do not require electrical wiring and are equipped to work in High Country homes.

Officials recommend every home have a smoke detector installed in sleeping quarters and on each floor.

To request a smoke detector call Lake Dillon Fire-Rescue spokesman Steve Lipsher at (970) 262-5209.

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