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Order a pizza at Domino’s in Harriman during Fire Prevention Week and customers might get a visit from the Harriman Fire Department.
City firefighters are partnering with Domino’s Monday through Friday of this week from 5 to 7 p.m.
A fire truck will tag along with delivery drivers to some of the calls in the city limits of Harriman.
Residents who are visited by the fire trucks will get their order for free if they have working smoke alarms.
It’s a good deal, even for those without working smoke alarms.
“If the customer doesn’t have working smoke alarms, the fire department will install one free,” said Dominic Pitarro, owner of the Harriman Domino’s. “This is just a way to keep people alive; prevent people from dying. It could save a life.”
Harriman Fire Chief Brad Goss said firefighters will also replace batteries in systems, if needed.
“Fire Prevention Week if a great time of year to change the batteries in your smoke alarms,” he said. “Functioning smoke alarms save lives, but many people forget to maintain their batteries.”
Goss said the department partners with Energizer to provide smoke alarm batteries.