The lights of Edmonton are on in a city of about 11,000 people, and the lights are on as long as the people are in Edmonton.
But when the lights go out in Edmonton, it can be a whole new ballgame.
There are more than 4,000 emergency exit devices on Edmonton roads.
In fact, about 100 are still in use, according to Edmonton Fire.
They are designed to keep emergency workers, police officers, firefighters and emergency dispatchers from being blinded.
The Edmonton Fire Service has more than 100 of these emergency exit lamps, which are located throughout the city.
Some of the devices are designed for emergency workers and emergency vehicles, while others are for firefighters, police and EMS.
Some are designed specifically for Edmonton residents and have blue and red lights.
But many have green, yellow and orange lights that are aimed at emergency workers.
These lights are very useful in Edmonton because the lights make it very difficult to get away from a scene and to get back to your home, if the lights turn on.
If you are in an area where the lights aren’t working, the only way to stay safe is to use the emergency exit.
You can get a ticket if you do this, or you can call 911.