1: "Fire is fast! In just two minutes, a fire can become life-threatening. Install smoke alarms and have an escape plan in place."

2: "Fire extinguishers are crucial. Every home should have at least one fire extinguisher and all family members should know how to use it."

3: "Kitchen safety is key. The kitchen is the most common place for fires to start. Never leave cooking unattended and keep flammable items away from heat sources."

4: "Electrical fires are common. Overloaded outlets, damaged cords, and faulty appliances can all lead to electrical fires. Always check for signs of electrical problems."

5: "Have a fire escape plan. Make sure everyone in your household knows two ways out of every room and where to meet outside in case of a fire."

6: "Practice fire drills. Regularly practicing your fire escape plan ensures that everyone knows what to do in a real fire emergency."

7: "Keep doors closed. Closed doors can help slow the spread of fire, giving you more time to escape. Sleep with bedroom doors closed."

8: "Smoke is deadly. Smoke inhalation is the leading cause of fire-related deaths. Get low to the ground and crawl to safety if you encounter smoke."

9: "Stay informed. Keep up-to-date on fire safety tips and ensure that your smoke alarms are working properly. Your safety depends on it."

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