Safety tips in the nick of time

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CHEYENNE, Wyo (Wyoming News Now) Daylight savings officially ends November 3rd at 2 a.m. As the dawn of the new day begins...

Cheyenne Fire Rescue encourages testing your smoking alarms while changing your clocks.

"Assuring you have a good battery, a working battery in that device twice a year, is one of the best ways you can make yourself safe," Fire Rescue Fire Chief Greg Hoggatt said.

Cheyenne Fire Rescue believes roughly 2-thirds of home fire deaths,
occur in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.

"It's one of those things we ask you, that its of the highest priority put one in your home tonight," Fire Chief Greg Hoggatt said.

Chief Hoggatt also recommends fire alarms that have co-2 detectors, he believes these type of smoke alarms will aid during the winter months.

Cheyenne Fire rescue will update their website with more strategies for fire loss prevention.