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Family Sues New Haven Over Fatal, Illegal Rooming House Fire

One person died in a fire in New Haven, Connecticut where code violations were found months earlier.
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NFPA, ESFI Underscore Safety at Home and in the Workplace during National Electrical Safety...

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) actively supports National Electrical Safety Month, an annual campaign sponsored by Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI), which raises awareness of potential home electrical hazards, the importance of electrical fire safety, and the safety of electrical and non-electrical workers, each May.

Year-Old Fire Department Visit Saves Michigan Family

Almost one year ago to the day, the Sterling Heights Fire Department was at this same home for a carbon monoxide issue.

Deadly Fire Causes Inspection Law in Las Vegas Hotels, Motels, Apartments

The move comes 16 months after six people were killed and more than a dozen were injured in a smoky pre-dawn fire in December 2019 at the Alpine Motel Apartments.

Hoarding Slows Rescues in Fatal Manhattan Fire

“One of our impediments to our fire operation was the fact that there was a large amount of contents in the apartment,"
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NFPA Launches Sparky’s Fire Safety Club

Children are powerful ambassadors of the information they learn and are often quite effective at encouraging their households to become active participants in home fire safety

Fire Fatalities Lead Nebraska Fire Department on Smoke Detector Push

Columbus, Nebraska and the American Red Cross work to install smoke detectors and complete home escape plans.

Improving Safety with Fire Data

Gardner and Black team up to focus on data-driven software that allows fire departments to better understand community risk reduction, public safety, and cancer prevention.

Overloaded Power Strip Caused Queens Eight-Alarm Fire, Injuring 16 Firefighters

An overloaded power strip and an open fire apartment door led to an eight-alarm fire in Queens, New York that injured 16 firefighters.

Pilot Program Finds Never Seen Before Data for Topeka Fire Department

The fire department can use the information to tailor fire prevention programs to specific areas or populations of the city.


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