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Retired Chief Schleicher receives a ceremonial plaque for 45 years of dedicated service to the Norton Fire Dept
Friends Autumn, Nick and Andrew get driven to school on E-44.
Jim Pietersen and Jim Patten with Petey during fire safety week
With many students returning to school remotely this fall, the National Fire Protection Association urges added caution when using and charging laptops and other digital devices at home, According to NFPA's most recent electrical fires report, an average of 900 computer or computer equipment fires occurred in U.S. homes each year between 2014 and 2018, resulting in 50 civilian injuries and $50 million in direct property damage, Tips to minimize the risk of fires;
> Only use the charging cord that came with the device; discontinue use if device or charger becomes excessively hot or emits a burning smell; make sure electrical cords and wires are in good condition; unplug devices when not in use to save energy and minimize the risk of shock and fire; and ensure the plug is fully inserted into the outlet.
> Call the utility company or a qualified electrician immediately when experiencing any of the following: Frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuit breakers; discolored wall outlets; flickering or dimming lights; a plug no longer stays plugged into an outlet.
> If you experience warm walls or sparks from an outlet immediately call 911.
Tina's Little Angels fire safety-demo tour 2019
Rapid Intervention Training
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