Monday, January 24, 2011 at 7:30 am (Updated: January 24, 7:58 am)
West Roane County Volunteer Fire Department has free smoke detectors available for residences and businesses within its response area.
The free detectors come with a 10-year battery and are available at no charge.
West Roane County Fire Chief Charlie Redwine said the detectors and billboard advertising were made available to the department via a FEMA/DHS Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program for Fire Prevention and Safety.
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