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For Parents and children!Water is everywhere. Consider all standing water a drowning possibility even in your home.
Remember to Change your clock and change your smoke alarm batteries.
Do not use any fireworks at home. Instead, attend public fireworks displays and leave the lighting to the professionals.
Propane, charcoal, and wood pellet barbecue grills must only be used outdoors. Indoor use can be harmful to occupants by causing either a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning.
Hey kids! It’s me, Blaze! I have some helpful tips to help you be more aware of outdoor burning!
“Have Two Ways Out!”
Don't play with fire. Children 14 and under make up 10-15 percent of all fire deaths.
Fire incidences are highest in December, as well as the other winter months of January, February and March.