Charcoal and Gas Grilling Safety

| January 5, 2018

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VOID SOME OF THE MOST COMMON GRILLING DANGERS. Gas and charcoal grills can create a great summer meal. But each year they can also lead to House fires resulting in 10 fatalities and 140 injuries. 16,900 emergency room visits. $96 million in property damage. From 2007-2011, U.S. fire departments responded to an annual average of 8,800 grill fires. 82% (7,200) were caused by gas grills. 16% (1,400) were caused by charcoal and other solid-fueled grills.

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