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Harriman Fire Department recently received $1,500 in smoke alarms with a Federal Emergency Management Agency grant given through the Tennessee Fire Marshal’s Office.
Harriman Fire Chief Brad Goss said the roughly 50 smoke alarms feature lithium batteries with a 10-year lifetime.
The fire department has to install the alarms themselves. Those interested should call station one at 882-3072 to set up an appointment.
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