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Harriman Fire Department continues to offer free smoke alarms.
The department recently received 200 Kidde Firex brand smoke alarms.
“These were gotten through the Tennessee Fire Marshal’s office through a federal grant,” said Fire Chief Brad Goss.
Harriman residents wishing to have the smoke alarms, which have a 10-year sealed battery, can call station one to schedule installation.
“You must be a homeowner inside the city of Harriman,” Goss said.
Call 882-3072 to schedule an appointment.
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