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Smoke Detectors Credited for Saving 5 Lives

Smoke Detectors Credited for Saving 5 Lives Cottleville Fire District officials are crediting working smoke detectors for saving the lives of five people who were sleeping when a fire started in their garage.  
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    Exit Drills Fire is hot, dark, and fast moving. It’s not light nor is it an environment that is cool enough to enter without protective gear, as it's portrayed on television and in movies. E.D.I.T.H (Exit Drills in the Home) is the fire department’s program to teach you and your family how to escape a fire in your home. You should gather your family together, discuss fire safety, draw out a plan of your home and finally, practice, practice, practice getting out alive.
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    Cottleville Fire District Hosting Safe Sitter Class

    Cottleville Fire District Hosting Safe Sitter Class

    Cottleville Fire District to host Safe Sitter class on June 11th & 12th, 2014


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    More than 2,500 times every year the firefighter/EMTs of the Cottleville Fire Protection District respond to emergency calls from residents of Cottleville, Weldon Spring, Dardenne Prairie, St. Peters, and O’Fallon, Missouri. The District covers 38-square miles of southwestern St. Charles County and operates four fire stations. Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations including fires, hazardous materials incidents, motor vehicle accidents and medical emergencies.

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