Facts About House Fires
House fires lead the nation in loss of life, property and monetary damages. Psychological damages, medical care, temporary housing, loss of pets, disfigurement and lost income result in a far higher cost than is reflected by property alone. The saddest...
NFPA provides quick facts about the dangers of home fires.
One of the more interesting facts about fire is that most house fires start in the
kitchen. Cooking is the leading cause of home fire injuries. Cooking fires often
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 ...
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 ...
Facts. Nearly 4000 Americans die each year in house fires and over 2000 are
severely injured. In only 3 1/2 minutes, the heat from a house fire can reach over
In five minutes, a house could be swallowed in flames. ... to find your way out of
your house in a fire. ... http://www.ready.gov/kids/know-the-facts/home-fires.
California State Firefighters'. Association. Facts about Winter House Fires. Home
Fire Statistics: ▫ December, January, February and March are peak months for ...
Check out our fun fire facts for kids and enjoy learning a wide range of interesting
information about fire. Find out ... Fires require fuel, oxygen and heat to burn.
COOKING FIRES. Fast Facts. • Cooking fires are the number one cause of home
fires and home fire injuries.**. • Home fires are more likely to start in the kitchen ...