While Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday, filled with food, family and football, there is another attribute that may surprise you. According to the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association),Thanksgiving is the peak day of the year in which home fires occur. In 2016, U.S. Fire Departments reported a total of 1,500 home fires on Thanksgiving Day, with Christmas Day coming in as a close second.
In order to avoid any potential fire damage or injury, browse these simple guidelines to ensure you have a safe holiday season.
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These are good tips for staying safe on Thanksgiving, during the winter holidays, and all year long. It's important for someone to be the designated cook, even if others are helping. That avoids the risk of everyone leaving the area, thinking "someone else" is watching the oven!
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