Smoke Alarms & Still People DIE
Sheila Merrill, from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, said many people who had died had not heard alarms as they had been in a deep sleep due to medication or alcohol.
"And what we have to remember is that nine times out of 10, it's not the fire that kills you, it's the smoke."
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17th September 2012
Lets start with South Morley in Leeds - which is going to see an increase in response time of 3 minutes should the new proposals be approved. After watching this video you will see how fast a fire can catch in just three minutes
If after watching this video (whether you live in Morley or not) and you haven't had your free home fire safety check from West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue yet, you can book one on line by clicking here for further details . If you would like to voice your opposition to these proposed cuts please send an email to WYFRS by clicking firstname.lastname@example.org