on Tuesday, 09 October 2012.
October is National Fire Prevention Month with this weekbeing designated as Fire Prevention Week.According to the United States Fire Administration 81% of all deaths and76% of all fire injuries occurred in homes.Each year there are an estimated 365,000 fires which claim the lives of2,560 and injure another 13, 275. Thesefires cost an estimated 6.6 billion in property loss. Smoke detectors on every level of your homeincrease your chance of survival. Youshould also always have two ways out in order to help you survive in a fireemergency. Create an escape plan andmake sure everyone in your home practices it.Plan two routes of escape and designate a meeting place outside of thehome and NEVER go back inside. Checksmoke detectors often and change your batteries when you change your clocks inthe spring and fall. Smoking is thenumber one cause of home fire deaths in the US.Make sure your cigarette is fully extinguished and run cigarette ashesand butts under water before throwing them away. For more information on fire safety visit www.nfpa.org.
Forestport Christmas Parade this weekend
Christmas on the Canal to be held Saturday
Missing girl found after search
Turin man facing additional charges
6 injured in accident
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