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the 9-11 Memorial: Let us not forget
"I told you, ... I didn't do it !"
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Please, practice fire prevention and life safety all-year-long !
To see a countdown clock for Fire Prevention Week, click here.
FPW commemorates the Great Chicago Fire (1871); and the Peshtigo Fire was worse.
See the terrible history of these fires here, too (with the Countdown Clock).
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According to the National Fire
Protection Association, cooking is the #1 cause of home
structure fires and home fire injuries.
In 2011 alone, there were 156,300
home structure fires that involved cooking equipment in the U.S., resulting in 460 deaths,
5,390 injuries, and
$1 billion in direct property damage. Cooking has been the leading cause of home fires and home fire injuries since 1990.
-- Unattended cooking is the leading contributing factor.
-- Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires.
-- Frying is the leading type of activity associated with cooking fires.
-- Electric stoves/ranges are more likely involved, compared to gas
-- The CPSC found that 83% of frying fires began in the first 15 minutes
-- Under 5 years of age and 65 and over are more likely to be injured or
-- More than half of reported cooking fire injuries occurred when victims tried to
fight the fire themselves.
this happen to you ! (Click Here)
more from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) on cooking fires (Click
9/11/2001 ... We will never forget their sacrifice !
See more information on the 9-11 Memorial -- Click Here