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So far in 2017, the Winston-Salem Fire Department has responded to 55 cooking fires. But, for years, their firefighters have been telling the public there’s a cheap – and sometimes free – way to prevent them. In the last week, we’ve seen their solution ring true.
On April 6, a grease fire was extinguished in an apartment on Gillcrest Drive by a StoveTop FireStop device.
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