- Fire killed more Americans than all natural disasters combined.
U.S. FIre Administration
- 84 percent of all civilian fire deaths occurred in residences
- Half of all home fire deaths occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. - a time when most people are fast asleep.
- When fire strikes you may have less than a minute to safely get our of the building.
Your home security system is not complete without fire and smoke monitoring. In fact, statistics say that the #1 "home intruder" is fire, and that it kills more Americans that all natural disasters combined. USFA
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Tips during a fire
- Always have a fire escape plan and rehearse it
- Have two ways out of each room
- Have a safe meeting place outside your house
- Assign for someone in the family to take care of children, elder or any physically challenged as well as pets.
- Craw low beneath smoke heat and smoke tend to rise so the coolest air will be down by the floor
- Check doors for head with the back of your hand If the door is cool, open it slowly. If the door is hot, keep it close and look for another exit
- If the primary exit is blocked by smoke or fire, close any doors between you and the smoke and use your secondary exit.
- If you must go to a window don't jump, use and escape ladder and if not available, turn all the lights on, open the window and signal for help.
- Never go back inside a burning building