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National Fire Prevention Week 2014

Every year in the United States, about 3,000 people lose their lives in residential fires. Most fire victims die from inhalation of toxic smoke and gases, not as a result of burns. Most deaths occur during the night while victims are sleeping. So, that is why smoke alarms are considered one of the best and least expensive means of providing early warning of potentially deadly fires. In fact, the risk of dying in a residential fire is twice as likely in homes without functioning smoke detectors. The key here is "functioning". You could easily have one or more "non-functioning" units in your home.

That is why the theme for National Fire Prevention Week 2014 is "Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month". National Fire Prevention Week is October 5 - 11, 2014 and is a great opportunity to educate yourself and your families about the dangers of house fires and how to prevent them.


Here are some links to some great information from the National Fire Prevention Association to get you started...








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