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Posted on: September 24, 2015

[ARCHIVED] WFR Responds to Carbon Monoxide

WFR responded to a residence that had a carbon monoxide detector going off at approximately 2:30 this morning. Once on scene, WFR used gas monitors to make sure there were no harmful gases in the house and found it to be a faulty detector.

As fall approaches, remember to change the batteries in all detectors in your residence.

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