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During the holidays and family gatherings, kitchens are used more than normal. Since the kitchen is a common place for fires to start, now is the time to review safety measures to prevent kitchen fires and know what to do if a fire does start.
Here are some tips to prevent fires and burns:
• Do not leave food cooking on the burners unattended. “Unattended cooking” is the “number one” cause of cooking fires.
• Keep flammable materials away from burners and other heat sources.
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