Posts Tagged ‘Fire Emergency’

Badly burnt apartment, destroyed as a result of a vicious apartment fire.

What Not to Do in an Apartment Fire

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Public fire departments responded to 1,318,500 fires in 2018, which was almost the same number as the year before. According to the National Fire Protection Association, a fire department in the United States responds to a fire somewhere in the nation once every 24 seconds. read more

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Be Prepared: Helpful Hints to be Ready for Home Emergencies

Last month some good friends nearly lost their home. They live in a duplex with one shared wall, and late one evening, their shared-wall neighbor rang the doorbell three times in quick succession; they knew something was wrong. read more

In Case of Fire: Home Safety Dos and Don’ts

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Fire home safety is not an issue to be considered lightly. A fire in your home can be dangerous and deadly. Being prepared in case of a fire in your home can save your belongings and you life. Below are a few things to do and avoid when planning for the possibility of a fire. […] read more

Apartment Fire Emergency: Pet Evacuation

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During a fire emergency, there are proper steps to take for safe, effective pet evacuation. You can make this traumatic experience easier on yourself if you plan ahead to get your pets out quickly and safely. Pack a Pet Survival Kit Alongside your own survival kit, you can increase your chances of getting your pet […] read more

Apartment Fire Emergency: What To Take in a Hurry

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During a fire emergency, you won’t have time to grab everything, so know ahead of time what’s worth grabbing in a hurry. Here’s a brief rundown of the materials items you should take with—if you have time. Prepare for It or Forget It No document or material item is worth an increased risk to your safety […] read more