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News Release
Working smoke alarms saves Lebanon apartment building. - 05/14/24

At approximately 6:46PM Lebanon Fire District received a call for a fire alarm activation in the 500 block of 12th St.  Dispatch stated that the neighbor could hear a smoke detector going off in the apartment next to her and the occupant of the apartment had just left. BC31 arrived on scene to a 2-story apartment complex. After further investigation BC31 found the apartment full of smoke. BC31 upgraded to a first alarm assignment and started evacuating the apartment building. The first Engine arrived on scene and was able to force entry into the apartment. The Engine company found food left unattended on the burner of the stove. No fire damage was done to the apartment and the residents were able to return to their residents. Lebanon Fire District responded with 13 personnel. 
Lebanon Fire District would like to remind everyone the importance of working smoke detectors.

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