Close to 75,000 household fires occur in the U.S. every year, causing thousands of deaths, injuries and over $7 billion in property loss, according to the U.S. Fire Administration. Kitchen and cooking-related fires account for 44 percent of these.
Many homes have fire extinguishers tucked in a corner or near a wall — “just in case.” But in an emergency, can you operate it quickly? And if it’s out-of-date, it could be almost inoperable to fight a small house fire.
One of the tools used by first responders and firefighters is a fire blanket.
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