How to Extinguish a Fire?


Cut off the oxygen. Suffocate it. Use water or dirt. Or cover it completely with something so that no oxygen can get to it, and it will go out.
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How to Extinguish a Fire
There are several kinds of fires, and each can be handled differently. Grease, for example, tends to be one of the most common causes of fire in a home. A grease fire occurs during cooking where the grease from the pan will ignite by the heat in the... More »
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