Free smoke, CO alarms available to Plymouth residents

Published on Sunday, 8 October 2017 22:30
Written by Susan Corica

Staff Writer

PLYMOUTH - The Terryville Fire Department and the fire marshal’s office have received 96 smoke alarms and 18 carbon monoxide alarms through Operation Save a Life.

The smoke and CO alarms are available free to town residents as long as the supply lasts.

The smoke alarms may be picked up at the fire marshal’s office at Town Hall, 80 Main St., Terryville. The 18 CO alarms will be kept on fire department vehicles and distributed to residents on a need basis.

“Operation Save a Life” annually donates lifesaving smoke and carbon monoxide alarms to many fire departments in Connecticut, sponsored by WTNH Channel 8, along with Kidde, The Home Depot and the Connecticut Burn Center at Bridgeport Hospital.

Kidde and The Home Depot donated thousands of Kidde-brand smoke and CO alarms to participating fire departments at a press event in September at the New Haven Fire Department Training Center.

For more information, call Fire Marshal Raymond Kovaleski at 860-585-4012 or Captain Tony Orsini, fire department health and safety officer, at 860-965-7942.

Posted in The Bristol Press, Plymouth on Sunday, 8 October 2017 22:30. Updated: Sunday, 8 October 2017 22:32.