MADISON (WKOW) -- The Dane County Fire Chief's Association held it's annual fire truck parade on Sunday.
It marks the kickoff of fire prevention week in Dane County.
"This week we want people to be aware of fire prevention and fire safety," Eric Dahl from the City of Madison Fire Department said. "It's a good time to go check the smoke alarms. Make sure you have working smoke alarms in the house. Make sure everyone in the house knows how to get out, so if there is a fire or you hear the alarm, get out right away, stay out until you know it's safe to go back. And just make sure your family is safe and ready in case if there is an emergency."
More than 30 trucks from across the area went up State Street from Library Mall to Capitol Square. Once there, they were on display for kids who came out to the square.
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