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Each year fire claims the lives of 3,500 Americans, injures 18,300, and causes billions of dollars worth of damage. People living in rural areas are more than twice as likely to die in a fire than those living in mid-sized cities or suburban areas. The misuse of wood stoves, portable space heaters and kerosene heaters are especially common risks in rural areas.
Added by Allison McCullough on November 28, 2012 at 4:40pm — No Comments
Hello all, well they are talking about that white stuff , the other white stuff "SNOW" and sorry my mind was slipping, anyway its time to get our vehicles ready for the winter and our driving skills in shape also. We need to remember that , nice going you just ran that intersection and did you look both ways ? no , yea or maybe, we need to take that extra time and now that winter will be arriving soon and in some places it has already done so. Back to our vehicles, make sure you have atleast…Continue
Just a short note to say HI to everyone and that things are alot better now, we had twin Grand-Kids and we are happy as heck, as there is a boy and agirl, perfect family, well sorta, Aubree is the girl and James Colin is the boy who had some breathing issues from the day he was born and was taken to our local Childrens hospital for about 10 days give or take. They were born Sept. 10, 2012 at 10 am. they are home and are about 9 weeks I believe and James is doing much better but still has…Continue
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However, there are some public safety officials shying away from Facebook at their choice for promoting fire/crime prevention and life safety. They are looking for more suitable avenues in which…Continue