Fire Prevention Week in Finch area Wednesday

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As a part of Fire Prevention Week residents may hear some sirens Wednesday night in Fort St. John. The fire department will be trying to make citizens better prepared in dealing with fire safety.

 

Fire trucks will be travelling the Finch area of the city with lights and sirens informing people in the area and around the entire city on how they can betterprepare themselves in case of a fire. Fire Prevention Officer Greg Nicoll explains how the evening will work.

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Fire Prevention Week runs up until this Friday with further events highlighting ways citizens can help to prevent fires.

 

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