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After the inquest into the deadly fire blaze that killed 11 people in their Slacks Creek home in 2011, coroner James McDougall made the recommendation that photoelectric alarms be made compulsory.
In the early hours of Monday morning, a family of four miraculously managed to flee their home safely and remain unharmed after a fire, that took two fire trucks, ten firemen and five hours to contain, burnt their backyard and garage down.
The time for change is now! The recent increase in deadly house fires, further ignites the need for discussion around ionisation alarms and their effectiveness.