Smoke alarms donated to Sidney Fire


Every day, seven people die in home fires, most often in homes without working smoke alarms. That’s why State Farm agents across Ohio are handing out free smoke alarms to help communities prepare for the unexpected in the event of a home fire. This month, 65 agents in Ohio, delivered over 2,800 smoke alarms to their local fire department to help more neighbors. Local State Farm Agent Ashley Himes presented over 40 alarms to the Sidney Fire Chief Chad Hollinger to give out to families in need of a working alarm.

Every day, seven people die in home fires, most often in homes without working smoke alarms. That’s why State Farm agents across Ohio are handing out free smoke alarms to help communities prepare for the unexpected in the event of a home fire. This month, 65 agents in Ohio, delivered over 2,800 smoke alarms to their local fire department to help more neighbors. Local State Farm Agent Ashley Himes presented over 40 alarms to the Sidney Fire Chief Chad Hollinger to give out to families in need of a working alarm.


Courtesy photo

Every day, seven people die in home fires, most often in homes without working smoke alarms. That’s why State Farm agents across Ohio are handing out free smoke alarms to help communities prepare for the unexpected in the event of a home fire. This month, 65 agents in Ohio, delivered over 2,800 smoke alarms to their local fire department to help more neighbors. Local State Farm Agent Ashley Himes presented over 40 alarms to the Sidney Fire Chief Chad Hollinger to give out to families in need of a working alarm.

Every day, seven people die in home fires, most often in homes without working smoke alarms. That’s why State Farm agents across Ohio are handing out free smoke alarms to help communities prepare for the unexpected in the event of a home fire. This month, 65 agents in Ohio, delivered over 2,800 smoke alarms to their local fire department to help more neighbors. Local State Farm Agent Ashley Himes presented over 40 alarms to the Sidney Fire Chief Chad Hollinger to give out to families in need of a working alarm.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/02/web1_thumbnail_Smoke-Alarms.jpgEvery day, seven people die in home fires, most often in homes without working smoke alarms. That’s why State Farm agents across Ohio are handing out free smoke alarms to help communities prepare for the unexpected in the event of a home fire. This month, 65 agents in Ohio, delivered over 2,800 smoke alarms to their local fire department to help more neighbors. Local State Farm Agent Ashley Himes presented over 40 alarms to the Sidney Fire Chief Chad Hollinger to give out to families in need of a working alarm. Courtesy photo