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News Release
Working smoke alarms saves Lebanon residents. - 02/10/24

Today at approximately 11:26 Lebanon Fire District was dispatched to the report of a structure fire. Reports stated that the fire was located in the bathroom of the residents, and everyone was evacuating. The first arriving unit on scene reported light smoke coming from the structure. The next arriving unit quickly pulled a hose through the front door and extinguished the fire. Lebanon Fire District was on scene for about 45 minutes ensuring the fire did not spread to other parts of the structure. Minimal damage was done to the structure. 

The occupants stated that their smoke detectors had alerted them of the fire. The Lebanon Fire District would like to remind residents of the importance of working smoke alarms. For assistance with smoke alarms in your home, contact our Fire & Life Safety Division at (541) 451-1901.

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