‘Operation Save a Life’ urges smoke detector use

Advocate staff photo by Darlene Denstorff -- Operation Save a Life -- Bob Wolfe, left, assistant chief of emergency services with the Louisiana State Fire Marshal's office, demonstrates on Monday how smoke detectors will be installed during an upcoming Operation Save a Life campaign in Ascension Parish as State Fire Marshal Butch Browning looks on. Browning said his office is encouraging Ascension Parish residents to install smoke alarms and is providing free devices to those who cannot afford them. To register for the program, go to http://sfm.dps.louisiana.gov and click on 'Operation Save a Life.' Volunteers are also needed to assist in installing the devices and locating residents in need of the alarms. To volunteer, call (225) 925-4911 or email savealife@la.gov.
Advocate staff photo by Darlene Denstorff -- Operation Save a Life -- Bob Wolfe, left, assistant chief of emergency services with the Louisiana State Fire Marshal's office, demonstrates on Monday how smoke detectors will be installed during an upcoming Operation Save a Life campaign in Ascension Parish as State Fire Marshal Butch Browning looks on. Browning said his office is encouraging Ascension Parish residents to install smoke alarms and is providing free devices to those who cannot afford them. To register for the program, go to http://sfm.dps.louisiana.gov and click on 'Operation Save a Life.' Volunteers are also needed to assist in installing the devices and locating residents in need of the alarms. To volunteer, call (225) 925-4911 or email savealife@la.gov.

The State Fire Marshal’s office is encouraging Ascension Parish residents to install smoke alarms and is providing free devices to those who cannot afford them.

To register for the program, go to http://sfm.dps.louisiana.gov and click on ‘Operation Save a Life.’ Volunteers are also needed to assist in installing the devices and locating residents in need of the alarms. To volunteer, call (225) 925-4911 or email savealife@la.gov.