PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia Fire Department spent Tuesday working to keep residents safe in a neighborhood where a deadly house fire took place last week.

Last Tuesday morning, 71-year-old Clarissa Allen was killed in a house fire on the 2500 block of North Newkirk Street in the Strawberry Mansion section of the city. Two others had been taken to Temple University Hospital for unknown injuries.

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Following the tragedy, the Philadelphia Fire Department and the American Red Cross distributed safety literature and installed smoke alarms on the block.

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Last year, the Philadelphia Fire Department received a $1 million grant from FEMA to install 30,000 smoke alarms in Philly.

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If you know city residents in need, ask them to contact Philly 311.

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The department also has adaptive alarms for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.