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House fires kill around 3,000 people every year. There are nearly 400,000 residential fires every year. In those house fires, there is an average of 7 deaths per day.

Before you think about shtf scenarios, I urge you to consider everyday emergencies, particularly the ones that happen ALL THE TIME, such as house fires. So let’s start by looking at the causes.


House fires are just ONE of the 41 different everyday emergencies you should prep for. Here's the list >>

Most Common Causes of a House Fire

  • Cooking: cooking fires often happen due to leaving food on the stove or in the oven, or when cooking with a lot of grease (turkey fryers). If a fire starts when frying food in grease, put a lid on it and turn off the heat. Do not use water. It will make the fire worse. If a fire begins in the oven, close the door and turn off the heat. Don’t leave food unattended. Be careful when frying with grease.
  • Smoking: If you’re a smoker, see your doctor about quitting. There are a lot of resources out there to help make it happen. In the meantime keep smoking materials (cigarettes, pipes, lighters, matches, etc.) out of children’s reach. Do not smoke in bed. Falling asleep while smoking causes a lot of fires.
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Dan F. Sullivan
editor-in-chief of SurvivalSullivan.com


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