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We previously reported the results of the 10-year follow-up of house fire-related deaths and injuries (HF-D/I) among residents of the 8134 programme houses versus the 24 346 non-programme houses in 36 census tracts in Dallas, Texas, USA, that had smoke alarms installed between April 2001 and April 2011 through a community-based smoke alarm installation programme called Operation Installation (OI).1 At that time, we had an average follow-up of 5.2 years. Using ongoing surveillance for HF-D/I and the same methods of study that were used in the initial report,1 we have re-assessed the effectiveness of …
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