Facts on House Fires
House fires are most commonly caused by cooking-related fires, but the second most common cause is a malfunction of heating and air conditioning systems. Learn basic safety precautions to take to prevent house fires with help from the director of an...
NFPA provides quick facts about the dangers of home fires.
Dec 21, 2011 ... Most house fires start in the kitchen. Cooking is the leading cause of home fire
injuries. Cooking fires often start from overheated grease and ...
Facts About House Fires. Every day in the United States, 1,500 homes burn.
6,500 people die and 280,000 are injured in home fires each year. Home fire ...
U.S. Fire Administration statistics on fires in the U.S., including trends in fires,
deaths, injuries and dollar loss; fire causes; and where fires occur.
It can be hard to find your way out of your house in a fire. Fire is deadly! Fire uses
up oxygen ... Visit the FEMA library to download more facts about Home Fires ...
to find your way out of your house in a fire. Fire is deadly! Fire uses up oxygen
you need to breathe and produces smoke and poisonous gases that kill. Am I at ...
Facts about Winter House Fires. Home Fire Statistics: ▫ December, January,
February and March are peak months for home fire deaths. ▫ In 2003, there were
Dec 18, 2014 ... Amazing fact is earth is the only known planet where fire can burn. ... Assuming
stable fuel, heat and oxygen levels, a typical house fire will ...