New fire cameras help with early detection

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THE ACT government is investing almost $1 million into fire and smoke detection cameras across Canberra. 

The funding will go towards a six month trial of the fire and smoke detection cameras in key elevated locations across the ACT to establish how they could assist with early fire detection.

The investment will also include the installation of seven new electronic fire danger rating signs.

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