Column as submitted by Bob Yaiser of Toms River Fire Prevention Bureau:
Daylight savings time ends November 4, so set clocks back 1 hour.
Change your clocks, change your batteries.
The Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention reminds residents of the importance of changing their smoke and carbon monoxide alarm batteries when changing their clocks.
This precaution along with monthly testing of these life saving devices cuts the risk of perishing in a fire.
The Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention urges our residents to seek assistance if you require help in the installation or have any questions regarding the proper placement of these life saving devices. Help us to help you.
Call the Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention at 732-240-5153. Visit our web page trfireprevention.com for ongoing fire safety messages.
Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention