Firefighters and paramedics in Baltimore are going door to door to talk about smoke alarms and install them where needed.
A tragic house fire killed five family members. Now, fire officials are trying to prevent this from happening again.
Fires kill people across the country each year including citizens in Baltimore. On Saturday, the city fire department hit the streets to make homes safer.
A day after five people died of suspected carbon monoxide poisoning in Oxon Hill, Prince George’s County firefighters will canvass the neighborhood to check for working smoke alarms and answer questions about the deadly gas.