Daylight Savings, time to replace batteries in smoke alarms

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GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- By now you should've turned your clocks back an hour, but there's also another home device you should change.

Local Fire Departments want to remind you to replace the batteries on your smoke alarms.

Every 85 seconds, a home fire impacts the life of a family in the U.S. Fire officials say the simple task of changing batteries could prevent devastating effects of a blaze.

Bonham residents' who don't have a smoke detector can call the Fire Department, and they'll install one for free.

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