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Wednesday, November 10, 2010


MEDIA CONTACT: Mark E. Brady, Chief Spokesperson, 240-508-7930, mebrady@co.pg.md.us

The citizens and residents of Prince George's County received a potential life-saving donation from PEPCO this morning. Fire Chief Eugene A. Jones accepted 2000 smoke alarms and hearing impaired smoke alarms donated by PEPCO at the Cranford-Graves Fire Services Building in Landover Hills. Pete Pedersen, Coordinator of PEPCO's Emergency Service Partnership Program, and Kim Watson, Vice-President of Government Affairs/Maryland Division, were on-hand to make the presentation to the Department.

Citizens and residents can call the Departments’ Smoke Alarm Hotline at 301-864-SAFE (7233) and request a smoke alarm. A Fire/EMS Department representative will install a smoke alarm in your home; free of charge.

Video is courtesy of Jeff Callaway, PGFD Community Outreach/PIO
Photos by Mark E. Brady, PGFD PIO

Pete Pedersen (PEPCO), Fire Chief Eugene A. Jones, and Kim Watson (PEPCO) at smoke alarm donation

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