September is National Preparedness month, a time when safety agencies like FEMA and the American Red Cross are encouraging people to have a safety plan in case of a disaster.Locally, volunteers with the Red Cross are going door-to-door installing smoke alarms for those who don’t have them, or if they just need an upgrade."We’re asking to check their smoke alarms and if their alarms are older than 10 years old then we’re offering to replace those alarms,” James Jarvis s…
SOURCE: WECT 6 Wilmington
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