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Fire Safety for Older Adults
Thursday, 01 March 2012 16:13


Prevent Fire. Save Lives.

A Fire Safety Campaign for People 50-Plus

At age 50 you’ve worked for years to enjoy the freedom and experiences life has to offer. At age 65 you’ve become a mover and shaker—meeting new people, traveling, spending time with the grandchildren and learning new hobbies. Don’t let your years of memories and your life today go up in flames.

As you age, your risk of death from fire increases significantly. Practice safe smoking, safe cooking, and safe heating in your home. With a little fire safety know-how and this website http://www.usfa.fema.gov/campaigns/50plus/index.shtm, you can help save lives from unintentional fires, including your own.

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