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Wichita Falls Fire Department partnering up with Dominos for fire safety

Source: KAUZ Source: KAUZ
WICHITA FALLS, TX (KAUZ) -

Next Tuesday if you order a pizza from Dominos, it might be free!
From 6:30-8:30 p.m. the Dominos on Burkburnett Road will pick orders at random to be hand delivered on a fire engine.
Firefighters will check to see if your smoke detectors are working.
If they are, your pizza is free! 
If not, they will install new one's or change the batteries free of charge.
The department said the new detectors should not go out for a long time.
    "The new smoke alarms coming out will have batteries that last for 10 years," Antoinette Hastings, a WFFD Assistant Fire Marshall, said. "Those are the one's that we are going to be putting up. And for 10 years you won't have to worry about changing the batteries."
This is the first year the two are partnering up.
If you do not have working smoke detectors in your house or apartment, the fire department encourages people to call.
Officials will always install them for free.

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