BALTIMORE - Firefighters in Baltimore are talking to residents about smoke detectors in the wake of a fire that killed five people including four children.
Firefighters on Sunday will be canvassing Baltimore neighborhoods from noon to 2 p.m. and installing smoke alarms when needed. The fire department says anyone without a smoke alarm can call 311 to ask for a free smoke alarm. Firefighters will come and install an alarm within two hours.
The push for fire alarms comes in the aftermath of a fire in a row house in east Baltimore on Thursday.
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