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Be aware of fire risks this Christmas

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Published by the KLFM News Team at 7:18am 24th December 2014

People in West Norfolk are being told to check on their neighbours today - and ask if they've tested their smoke alarm recently.

Kitchens are where the majority of house fires start and fire men and women say older people especially could struggle if one breaks out at night.

Stuart Horth is head of Community Safety at Norfolk Fire and Rescue.

"If you have got older people in your life, friends, neighbours, family, then why not contact us. We can come round and anf carry out a free fire risk check. Make someone safer this Christmas."

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