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Volunteers install carbon monoxide detectors

On Wednesday, September 20,  Rincon Del Diablo Water District’s Erin Lump (Vice President), Greg Thomas (general manager) and Josie Traslavina (acting director finance) along with Escondido’s Fire Prevention Team, fire volunteers and the Burn Institute installed smoke alarms and Carbon Monoxide detectors into mobile homes at Rancho Escondido Mobile Home Park.

A total of 13 Carbon Monoxide Alarms and 44 Smoke Alarms were installed in the homes of 27 residents. Seventeen existing smoke alarms also required new batteries, which were happily changed by the volunteers. Escondido Fire Prevention intends on scheduling another installation project for some time in November. For more information on the fire department’s Free Smoke Alarm Testing, please visit the Fire Department link.

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