Windsor Fire Department wants to make
sure your children and family are protected
from a deadly or destructive house fire.
We have a free smoke detector program that
you may qualify for.
Reports from the United
States Fire Administration (USFA) show that
2,500 children under the age of 14 and 2,300
adults over the ago of 65 were injured or
killed in residential fires in 2002. A
substantial number of these deaths and
injuries would not have occurred had there
been working smoke detectors in the home.
THE FIRE ALARM BEEPS, BUT
THEY DIDN'T WAKE UP
We all know smoke detectors are
the first line of defense in a fire. But a news
investigation found something that surprised
parents; When it comes to your kids, smoke
detectors don't always wake them up. But you can
do something about it! Sometimes all it
takes is a home fire escape drill to familiarize
your family with the sound of the alarm.
For issues involving fire safety at home, contact
Tyler Hamlin or