This weekend, Fire Chief Scott E. Goldstein will launch the “101 Days of Summer of Safety” campaign. On a daily basis and through Labor Day, the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service (MCFRS) will provide critical tips which, if practiced, will enhance the safety and welfare of our residents. Follow us and we will lead you toward safer habits to help protect you, your children, and your pets from the dangers which may come from sun exposure, leaving unattended pets and children in motor vehicles, recreational water activities, barbeque grilling and outdoor eating, heat-related emergencies, traveling the roads, and much, much more.
Fire Chief Goldstein’s campaign goal is to raise the collective awareness of our community in a fun, interactive and engaging format. Stick with us all summer and see what you may learn! It just might save your life. Are you in?
Follow us here and on our Social Media platforms using #mcfrsSOS all summer long!