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Three tips to help college students studying overseas stay fire safe

By nfpune@jiveon.com En 2011, a fast-moving fire swept through a building in Paris that killed four people and injured many others. Three of the victims were students studying abroad. The building where they lived had no smoke alarms, no fire escapes, and only narrow wooden

Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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