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Gail Petersen-Latipow and Lompoc Fire Battalion Chief Mike Brown hold a smoke detector and carbon monoxide detector. Trained volunteers from the Lompoc Firefighters Foundation have started conducting free in-home safety surveys, during which smoke and carbon monoxide detectors will be checked and replaced if needed.
When she heard of the death of her grandniece, Kara, in a house fire last winter,…
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