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FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday.  Cotton will catch fire if superglue is applied to it!

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday. A candle flame typically burns at around 1000 degrees C (1800 degrees F)

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday. On August 19, 1980, a Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight carrying 301 people caught fire shortly after takeoff. The plane landed safely but when the ground crew opened the doors, everyone was already dead

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday. When John Walker used a stick to stir a pot containing antimony sulfide, potassium chlorate & sulfur, some of the mixture stuck to the end of the stick. When he tried to scrape the lump, it easily caught fire (due to friction) & this led to the birth of friction matches.

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday. No one knows who invented the fire hydrant, because its patent was destroyed in a fire

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

 FASTco Fire Fact Friday. A natural gas vent in Iraq known as The Eternal Fire has been burning continuously for over 4,000 years, and it has been mentioned by Herodotus, Plutarch, and in the Old Testament’s Book of Daniel

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday.
Smoke is dark
Smoke generated by house fires is thick, dense and dark - making it difficult to find your way to safety.
You can’t see your own hand at the end of your own arm during a fire!
Rubber, plastic, wood upholstery, foam-filling and fabric are the kinds of household materials that fuel house fires.

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday.  Cheep phone chargers have caused fires and deaths. Use the correct charger and be safe.

FASTco Fire Fact Friday

FASTco Fire Fact Friday. Your home can be consumed by flames in less than four minutes.

FASTco Fact Friday

FASTco Fact Friday. Arson remains the largest single cause of fire in England and Wales and research has estimated that the overall annual cost of arson to the economy in this area is around £2.53 billion. The human cost has also been high. In the last decade there have been around 2.3 million deliberate fires resulting in over 25,000 injuries and over 900 deaths