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ISSUES: Pittsburgh Fire Chief shares holiday and winter fire safety recommendations

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Pittsburgh Fire Chief Darryl Jones recently appeared on "Issues on the Point" to discuss safe practices when using Christmas lights, live trees, cooking with a deep-fryer and keeping your furnace clean, along with a new initiative in the city helping the hearing-impaired get access to smoke detectors and a recent community connection with the Pittsburgh Penguins.{ }

PITTSBURGH -- With the colder weather arriving and the holiday decorating season in full swing, there are several important safety measures to take to keep your family and home safe from fires.

Pittsburgh Fire Chief Darryl Jones recently appeared on "Issues on the Point" to discuss safe practices when using Christmas lights, live trees, cooking with a deep-fryer and keeping your furnace clean, along with a new initiative in the city helping the hearing impaired get access to smoke detectors and a recent community connection with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

For more information visit the Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire online.

Watch "Issues on the Point" every Sunday morning at 6:30 on 22 the Point.

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