Christmas Trees Present Potential Fire Hazards; Enjoy Them with Care and Caution

For many households, Christmas trees are as much a staple of the holiday season as eggnog on grocery store shelves. But for all the joy they bring, it’s important to remember that Christmas trees are large combustible items that present potential fire hazards in the home. Fire departments responded to an annual average of 160 home structure fires caused by Christmas trees between 2014 and 2018,…

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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