Sunday, March 16, 2008
Fire Deaths in Maine Reduced With Alarms and Sprinklers
A news report by the Morning Sentinel has reported that fire deaths in Maine and across the country have been significantly reduced since the 1970s. The primary reason has been the installation of smoke detectors and alarms in homes. Sprinkler systems have reduced fire damages in some cases. Read more in the posting - "Smoke alarms, sprinkler systems reduce deaths". For more information on preventing fires visit the Office of the State Fire Marshal or fire prevention.