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In Redmond, fire officials say neighbors hearing the smoke alarms blaring at a southwest Redmond home on Thursday, called 911 and allowed firefighters to save the structure from possibly significant damage.  Fire Marshal Traci Cooper says the neighbors of the family at 2935 SW Deschutes Drive called Deschutes County 911 dispatchers around 9:15 a.m. to say they heard the smoke alarms.  Cooper says the first firefighters on scene gained access and learned a pan with a spatula had been left heating on the stove. Cooper says without the working smoke alarms, the outcome would have been significantly different.

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