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Lexington Firefighters Installing Smoke Alarms For Free

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LEXINGTON, Ky (LEX 18) The Lexington Fire Department has teamed up with the Fraternal Order of Firefighters to give out free smoke alarms. 

The only requirement is that you live or rent in Fayette County. 

For more information or to get signed up for a free install, email lfd-communityservices@lexingtonky.gov or call (859) 231-5662.

They are also accepting donations for the smoke alarms program. Please make checks payable to the Lexington Fire Department-Public Education and put smoke alarms in the memo. You can mail the checks to LFD Community Services 1405 Old Frankfort Pike Lexington, KY 40504.

You can also donate here.

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