RIGA - Two months since the new fire safety requirements came into force, it is too early to judge whether the requirement for mandatory smoke detectors in every home has improved fire statistics, the State Fire and Rescue Service's deputy chief Kristaps Eklons said in an interview with TV3 this morning.
Eklons thanked retail outlets for offering a great variety of smoke detectors for customers to choose from. However, it is not yet possible to draw any conclusions as to whether this has led to fewer fires with casualties. Such conclusions could be made next year, bel...
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