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Kidde Recalls Plastic Handle & Push-Button Fire Extinguishers

Product Description: Kidde disposable fire extinguishers with plastic handles Kidde has just issued a product safety recall involving two of their disposable fire extinguishers:

•Plastic handle fire extinguishers

•Plastic push-button fire extinguishers

Kidde says it estimates that this recall affects nearly 37.8 million fire extinguishers in the United States, which can become clogged or require excessive force to discharge and can fail to activate during a fire emergency. In addition, the nozzle can detach with enough force to pose an impact hazard. So far, there has been one death report involving the recalled fire extinguishers. For a summary of recalled fire extinguisher models, or to view return instructions, please visit the Kidde website: HERE

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September 19, 2017

UPDATE:

As of today, September 19th, the county-wide burn ban has been modified to permit campfires in established fire rings on private property and in campgrounds.

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On July 27, 2017 the NOLS Summer Reading program made a visit to the station.  The rambunctious group sang, danced, and read a few Fire themed stories.  What a great experience for everyone.  A special Thank You to Lieutenant Cooper, Medic Sundin, and Medic Laubach for your enthusiastic participation!
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Clallam County Burn Restrictions
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Improving the Quality of Life


The Port Angeles Fire Department is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the citizens and visitors of the city while providing a broad range of services designed to save lives and property.

The Port Angeles Fire Department offers a variety of services and programs to help educate the public on proper fire and personal safety.
Station Tours & Open House
The Port Angeles Fire Department offers station tours of its facilities and equipment to interested parties. Fire prevention and education is our main focus and we can provide lectures, demonstrations, and show fire safety videos.

Groups for station tours need to consist of individuals four years of age or older.              Email the Fire Department or call 360-417-4655 to arrange your station tour.