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Fire Escape

Have a family plan

(HealthDayNews) -- If a fire broke out in your home, would your family know what to do? Having an escape plan can save your lives.

According to Shriners Hospitals for Children, a home fire escape plan should include the following:

  • A floor plan with two exits from each room. Windows can serve as emergency exits.
  • A designated meeting place at a safe distance outside the home.
  • Practice sessions for getting out of the home through various exits.
  • Smoke detectors installed wherever needed.
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