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Fire starts and moves so quickly that you have just two minutes to get out of your home before it's too late.  Learn how to prepare and prevail in the event of a home fire.

Facts about Fire

  • 2/3 of all fire deaths are in homes with no working smoke alarm.  A working alarm cuts your chance of dying in a fire in half.
  • Cooking fires often start from overheated grease and unattended cooking. Stay alert!
  • More people die of smoke inhalation than flames. Fire can suck the oxygen from the room and replace it with poisonous smoke and gases. Get out early and have a plan!

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  • December is the peak time of year for candle fires. Get the same holiday glow with realistic battery-operated look-alikes.
  •  Roughly one-third of candle fires start in the bedroom.                                                
  • More than half of candle fires start with objects too close to the flame. Watch the drapes and clothing!                                                                                                              

How to prepare for a fire:

  • Ensure that your fire sprinklers and/or smoke detectors are working - install smoke detector batteries twice a year.
  • Make a copy of important documents and photos and store them at a friend's house.
  • Create an escape plan to evacuate your home in case of a fire or other emergency.

 

Get more fire tips and information here:

Fire Safety Guide 

Home Fire Safety pdf

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*This information compiled from the emergency preparedness sites of the American Red Cross, BeReady.org and NFPTA.org

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