By: Taylor B and Becca T
How To Prevent a Fire
- Keep candles away from drapes and other things that can get caught on fire
- Make sure your fire alarms work
- Unplug all electrical items before you go to bed
- Plan and practice fire drills just in case their is a fire
- If you have an electric space heater keep it away from other objects
- If you smoke never just throw your cigar anywhere
- Make sure your electrical cords are in good shape
- Keep your lighters and matches away from children
- Never use power tools indoors
- Don't leave grease in cooking pans
True Story About a Apartment Fire in Fond Du Lac
Everybody should have a fire extinguisher in their household.
Make sure to check your fire alarms.
A fire blanket can save your life.
Paragraph About Fire
Beware of electrical fires.
House On Fire
Once a house gets on fire it goes out of control.
No more fires!
Know the safety rules for preventing fires.
- Alot of house fires could of been prevented with fire and smoke alarms, fire extinguishers, fire escape plans and education.
- The leading cause of residential fires is not smoking, as many believe, but cooking. Cooking accounts for 28% of all fires.
- Smoke, rather than fire's flames, is responsible for 75% of all deaths by fire.
- African-Americans have a much higher and disproportionate share of fire fatalities, accounting for 24 percent of all fire deaths.
- About twice as many men as women die in fires.
- People who have physical or cognitive limitations, as well as older adults and children, are at a higher risk of death by fire than other groups are.