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Helping to Reduce Fire/Carbon Monoxide Deaths

By Randy Thoms Feb 15, 2023 | 4:27 PM

Pictured left to right are Crystal Gray, Emo CAO; Lucille MacDonald, LaVallee Reeve; Tyrell Griffith, Fire Chief; Elaine Hughes, LaVallee Councillor; Phillip Whatley, Emo Councillor. Supplied photo

More smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to be handed out in the Rainy River District.

Volunteer fire departments in Chapple, Emo and LaVallee will distribute 258 combination unit within their communities.

The units come from Enbridge Gas.

It’s part of a $250 thousand investment Enbridge is making to fire departments across the province.

It goal is to reduce the number of deaths related to fire and carbon monoxide.

The Fort Frances Fire Service received a similar donation last month


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