Saturday, the Lexington Fire Department went door-to-door doing hearth protection assessments
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Lexington Fire Department went door-to-door Saturday doing hearth protection assessments.
According to the dept, it’s a method to assist scale back house hearth deaths. Firefighters checked smoke alarms and put in new ones in properties alongside the Armstrong Mill Road hall.
The firefighters say they deliberate to discuss with about 600 properties within the space.
While they stopped at every area, they mentioned hearth schooling with householders, serving to them construct a fireplace protection plan.
“So we’re going door to door, we’re knocking door to door on every home and we’re installing three smoke alarms in any home that needs them. And we’re also doing fire education so we’re talking to people about the importance of testing their smoke alarms monthly as well as having a home escape plan,” stated Lexington Fire Department Public Information Officer Jessica Bowman.
The Lexington Fire Department used to be canvassing the world till 5PM Saturday.