Don’t get Burned at Home Sweet Home
WHAT’S AT STAKE
Statistics show that, on average, fire kills eight people each week in Canada, with residential fires accounting for 73% of these fatalities. In the United States, the number is six times higher, with an average of 48 people killed each week.
WHAT’S THE DANGER?
Fire spreads quickly.
- In two minutes, a fire can become life threatening.
- In five minutes, your home can be engulfed in flames.
The bigger danger is the heat and the smoke.