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October is Fire Prevention Month

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Mom Holly Robinson-Peete is spreading the word about fire safety.

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Did you know that more people in the U.S. die in home fires per year than all natural disasters combined? And that kids 5 and under are twice as likely to die in a home fire?

According to a new Liberty Mutual survey, 84% of parents admit they don't frequently discuss fire safety with their children. But it's a discussion we all need to have with our kids ... because it can save lives.

To make sure your children are prepared, map out a fire escape plan and practice it again and again, both in daytime and nighttime.

Teach them rules they can easily remember, such as:

• Stay low and go

• Get out and stay out

• Firefighters are your friend, and you should never hide from them during a fire

For more information, check out the Be FireSmart website.


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