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First Alert, a company specializing in home security and safety equipment, is donating more than 400 carbon monoxide detectors to 30 fire departments across Minnesota in an effort to raise awareness of the hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning. (Bulletin photo by Emily Buss)

Cottage Grove fire receives CO detector donation

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It is a colorless, odorless, invisible killer that claims the lives of more than 2,000 people annually, but taking a moment to install a carbon monoxide detector can save thousands more.

In an effort to help spread awareness of the hazards of carbon monoxide poisoning, First Alert, a company specializing in home security and safety equipment, has donated more than 400 carbon monoxide detectors to 30 fire departments across Minnesota.

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Emily Buss
Emily Buss joined the South Washington County Bulletin in February 2013. She covers local government in Cottage Grove, St. Paul Park and Newport, along with other general assignment reporting. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and mass communications from Minnesota State University, Mankato.
(651) 459-4629
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