New Zealand Fire Service - Made from remains

Hifo family:

You’re holding the ashes of the Hifo family home.

On the morning of 12 May, Cathylyn heard the piercing sound of her smoke alarm. Without hesitating, she grabbed her little ones and got out. Leaving treasured possessions behind.

Today you’re holding the ashes of those possessions – precious photographs, cherished toys, and a collection of irreplaceable handmade tapa cloths. They’re in the ink used to print this newspaper. Now, as devastating as it was to lose all those belongings, it doesn’t come close to losing a life.

Thanks to their smoke alarm, the Hifo family got out with their lives. Make sure you and your family do too.

Every home should have working smoke alarms. Check to see if yours are working now. Or buy selected 10-year smoke alarms at a discounted price from The Warehouse today.

 

Alberts family:

The evening of 28 May was like any other for the Alberts family. That was until Paul came back to a home ablaze. Without hesitating, he called the Fire Service, and left everything he held close inside.

Today you’re holding the ashen remains – irreplaceable photographs from his homeland, and eight years of memories made in the house with his family. They’re in the ink used to print this newspaper. Now, as devastating as it was to lose all of this, it doesn’t come close to losing a life.

Every home should have working smoke alarms. Check to see if yours are working now. Or buy selected 10-year smoke alarms at a discounted price from The Warehouse today.

 

Pewhairangi family:

On the evening of 6 June, Roy heard the piercing sound of his smoke alarm. Without hesitating, he grabbed the rest of the family and got out. Leaving treasured possessions behind.

Today you’re holding the ashes of those possessions – his mother’s priceless jewellery and handmade doilies, his father’s precious saxophone, and 10 irreplaceable ancestral paintings, which have been passed down three generations. They’re in the ink used to print this newspaper. Now, as devastating as it was to lose all those belongings, it doesn’t come close to losing a life.

Thanks to their smoke alarm, the Pewhairangi family got out with their lives. Make sure you and family do too.

Every home should have working smoke alarms. Check to see if yours are working now. Or buy selected 10-year smoke alarms at a discounted price from The Warehouse today.

 

Humphries family:

On the evening of 29 May, Paula heard the piercing sound of her smoke alarm. Without hesitating, she grabbed her little ones and got out. Leaving treasured possessions behind.

Today you’re holding the ashes of those possessions – sentimental cards, a collection of irreplaceable photographs of her late husband, and the children’s kindergarten yearbooks. They’re in the ink used to print this newspaper. Now, as devastating as it was to lose all those belongings, it doesn’t come close to losing a life.

Thanks to their smoke alarm, the Humphries family got out with their lives. Make sure you and your family do too.

Every home should have working smoke alarms. Check to see if yours are working now. Or buy selected 10-year smoke alarms at a discounted price from The Warehouse today.

 
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