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How To Prevent The Dangers Of A House Fire

by Keith Adkins | July 29th, 2013

A family may have been saved from serious Connecticut Fire and Burn Injuries by a local couple when a fire broke out at a home on Laurel Street in Southington, Connecticut, this past Sunday evening. According to NBC-Connecticut, the fire sparked in the garage of the home and went undetected until the couple passed by the […]

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Firework Safety A High Priority In Connecticut This Fourth of July Holiday

by Keith Adkins | July 3rd, 2013

Tomorrow is the Fourth of July and for many, that means an opportunity to enjoy setting off fireworks. However, doing so can often result in an individual suffering Fire and Burn Injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that an average of 200 people per day sustain such injuries during the two weeks leading up […]

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Three Workers Suffer Fire and Burn Injuries in Hartford Explosion

by Keith Adkins | June 10th, 2013

An explosion inside a manhole outside of a Hartford hospital left three workers from Connecticut Light & Power suffering from Connecticut Fire & Burn Injuries last week. Reports indicate the incident occurred last Thursday morning on Wyllys Street. According to an article released by CBS 3 News, the victims were part of a crew hired […]

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Woman rescued at Connecticut fire accident

by J. Gosselin | December 9th, 2008

December 9, 2008 Hartford Courant reported firefighters were called to the scene of a Connecticut fire accident at a two-family home on Saturday morning. A 71-year-old woman was rescued by firefighters and pulled out of the burning home in the Connecticut fire accident. The Connecticut fire accident victim was in stable condition at Manchester Memorial […]

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Visitor rescued two from Connecticut fire accident

by J. Gosselin | October 16th, 2008

October 16, 2008 Hartford Courant reported two people were rescued by a visitor from a Connecticut fire accident. The visitor noticed smoke coming out of a back door of the house and was able to alert a man and a woman from suffering major Connecticut fire and burn injuries in the accident. The man who […]

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Connecticut fire spreads throughout a condominium building

by J. Gosselin | May 15th, 2008

May 15, 2008 A Connecticut fire destroyed a condominium building leaving 27 people without homes, according to Firefightingnews.com. The Connecticut fire accident originated from a cooking fire. The fire grew out of control when it spread to an attic space within the building. The flames of the Connecticut fire accident reached 30 feet in the […]

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Ban on Piccolo Pete remains in place to prevent Connecticut fire and burn injuries

by J. Gosselin | January 11th, 2008

  January 11, 2008 Connecticut’s ban on the Piccolo Pete firework was unanimously upheld in court on Friday in an attempt to deter fire and burn injuries, according to The Republican-American. Several other fireworks are banned and regulated under state laws in an attempt to curb Connecticut fire and burn injuries. The maker of the […]

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Fire marshals gives tips to avoid Connecticut fire and burn injuries

by J. Gosselin | December 14th, 2007

December 14, 2007 Warnings and safety tips are coming from local fire marshals and the National Fire Protection Association in the hopes of deterring Connecticut fire and burn injuries this holiday season, reports the Republican American. A fire marshal said that as fuel prices increase, people will very likely begin turning to alternate heat sources […]

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