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Springfield Twp. Firefighters Offering Free Smoke Detectors

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  Original Published: 10/7/2013Elderly and handicapped residents of Ontario and Springfield Township can get a free smoke detector, just by making a phone call. October is National Fire Prevention Month, a time to renew a long-standing program of giving detectors to eligible residents. Springfield Township firefighters also go back to homes where they installed smoke detectors in past years. If you live in Ontario or Springfield Township and are eligble for a free smoke detector, call fire station number one at 529-4416, or station two at 529-5512. And when we switch back to standard time on Sunday November third, don't forget to change the battery in your smoke detector.
   
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