Each year, over 400 people die nationwide due to carbon monoxide (CO) exposure, and thousands more are injured or killed in house fires. However, only 65 percent of New Jersey residents say they have both CO and smoke detectors, as well as fire extinguishers, in their homes.
It's that time of year again. Clocks will spring ahead one hour this weekend as daylight savings time begins and New Jersey fire officials are urging homeowners to change the batteries in their smoke detectors.
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