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The likelihood of home fires increases on Christmas Day; cooking and candles serve as leading factors

Christmas is well-known for many things, including warmly decorated homes and festive meals. Unfortunately, these beloved traditions contribute to Christmas Day serving as the second-leading day of the year for home cooking fires; Christmas Eve is the fifth. Almost three times as many candle fires occur on Christmas Day as the daily average.
With these home fire risks in mind and just hours to go…

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Source:: NFPA – Safety Information


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