Child fire safety is every parent's responsibility.
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Every day Americans experience the tragedy of fire. Each year more than 4,000 Americans die in
fires and more than 25,000 are injured. Figures show that each year
about 300 people are killed and $280 million in property is destroyed
in fires attributed to children playing with fire.
According to the United States Fire Administration, over 65 percent
of children who die in home fires are under age five - 1,200 children
age 14 and under die in home fires each year.
Do your kids know the facts about fire safety?
Children are one of the highest risk groups for deaths in residential
fires. At home, children usually play with fire - lighters, matches and
other ignitable items - in bedrooms, in closets, and under beds. These
are "secret" places where there are a lot of things that catch fire
easily. Too often, children are not given proper guidance and
supervision by parents and teachers.
Learn the facts here on fire safety for kids by clicking on the links below.
Child Fire Safety Tips-- to
Protect Your Family
Child Fire Safety
Checklist--Its the little things that matter!
Car Fire Safety