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More than 4 thousands of Yakut low-income families will receive free fire alarms

More than 4 thousands of Yakut low-income families will receive free fire alarms
Yuri Zaitsev, chairman of the Yakutia State Committee for Life Safety, said that in the 2017 year it is planned to provide 4,5 to thousands of families with incomes below the average with autonomous fire alarms. Thus, 14,4 thousands of alarms will be installed. Currently, the coverage of the installations is 35%. More than 8 million rubles was allocated from the republican budget for these purposes, reports Yuri Zaitsev.


It is noted that since the beginning of 2016, 903 fires that killed 64 people were recorded in the region, 52% of the dead adults were drunk, so the installation of alarms is necessary.


According to the official, the department of state construction and housing supervision of Yakutia has developed a proposal to amend the Federal Law on information about the fire.


"We insist that when a private house is built in a project and when issuing permits, fire alarm devices must be present in an obligatory condition," Zaytsev said.