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Protecting Our Vulnerable Citizens from Fires

Knowing what to do in the event of a fire is particularly important for those among us who are the most vulnerable to injuries or death from fires--older adults and disabled persons regardless of age.   

The majority of fire deaths and injuries occur at home.  Approximately 3,500 Americans die and 18,300 are injured in fires each year. The risk of death or injury from fire is even greater for people with physical, mental or sensory disabilities and older adults.   At age 65, people are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fire compared to the population at large. 

The good news is that fire injuries and deaths  are preventable through preparation and practice.

Safety Tips for Older Adults and Disabled Persons

To increase fire safety for older adults and disabled persons, the National Fire Protection Association offers the following general guidelines:

For further fire protection information, please contact Titusville Fire and Emergency Services Department at 383-5708.

 





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