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Enjoy Your Summer Safely | Corona, CA

Let’s face it – we all love the summertime fun that commences once the days get longer. The BBQs, vacations and recreational outdoor sports are just the beginning of the fun the summer season holds. But while we are enjoying ourselves with friends and family, it is important to keep fire safety in mind. Today, we are going to break down some fire safety tips to prepare for so that everyone has a great time in the summer sun…

When it’s time to grill:

  • Check the connection between the propane tank and the fuel line to ensure they aren’t blocked.
  • Do not overfill the propane tank.
  • Do not wear loose clothing while cooking at a barbecue.
  • Be careful when using lighter fluid. Do not add fluid to an already lit fire.
  • Keep all matches and lighters away from children. Teach your children to report any loose matches or lighters to an adult immediately. Supervise children around outdoor grills.
  • Dispose of hot coals properly – douse them with plenty of water ensure the fire is out.
  • Never barbecue in enclosed areas – carbon monoxide could be produced.
  • Make sure everyone knows to Stop, Drop and Roll in case a piece of clothing does catch fire. Call 911 if a burn warrants serious medical attention.

When you’re out camping:

  • Build campfires where they will not spread, away from dry grass and leaves.
  • Keep campfires small, and don’t let them get out of hand.
  • Keep plenty of water and a shovel around to douse the fire when you’re done. Stir it and douse it again with water.
  • Never leave campfires unattended.

For more information about summertime fire safety, call CJ Suppression at 888-821-2334 or visit the website at www.cjsuppression.com.

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Be Careful: It’s Fire Season | Corona, CA

A wildfire charred about 13 acres of grass Sunday in the hills west of Temescal Valley, south of Corona. The fire was reported around 6:30 p.m. on the 23200 block of Jameson Road, according to the Riverside County Fire Department. The fast-moving fire lit up so quickly firefighters didn’t have time to issue evacuation orders. Around 100 firefighters were on scene where a single road divides the flames from people living nearby.

“When I first came out and saw it, it was super windy. There were flames 150 feet in the air. It was insane,” resident Paul Gibbs said.

A wildfire was raging in the Inland Empire, threatening homes in the community of Temescal Valley. After making sure their pets were safe, Gibbs said he and the rest of his family worked to protect several homes in the neighborhood.

“Just running all over the place,” he said.

Aerial footage from NewsChopper 4 showed one resident dousing the flames with a garden hose.

The Jameson Fire was 40 percent contained as of midnight. Fire crews were cutting the brush and creating control lines around the fire’s perimeter and hosing down and extinguishing hot spots shortly before 11 p.m. Crews were expected to fight the fire throughout the night.

The Jameson fire was one of several blazes burning across the Inland Empire. The Opera fire and the Tower fire also charred several acres.

It’s important to be prepared during this time of year. Fire can start up and spread quickly. Make sure you are safe and aware of your surroundings.

Source: http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Riverside-County-Fire-Responding-to-Fire-in-Corona-420859303.html#ixzz4k60g8eCB

For more information about fire safety, call CJ Suppression at 888-821-2334 or visit the website at www.cjsuppression.com.

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Fire Safety Tips for Summer

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There are many things that one should take into consideration during summer time, one of those things being fire safety. Summer is a great time for families to take a road trip or to go camping. However, summer is also considered a season of wildfires in some parts of the country, which makes it incredibly important that you educate yourself on a few fire safety’s trips for travel and home.

Protecting Your Family and Home

  • Assemble an emergency kit. You should create a kit for fire-related emergencies, just in case it becomes difficult for you to get supplies. You should have a fire extinguisher, food and water and medical supplies on you. Store the kit in safe place where it easily accessible.
  • Have an escape plan. Before there is any danger of fire, be sure to sit down with your family to discuss an escape route from your home. Map out many different routes that your loved ones can take to leave the home and get to your vehicle or meet up spot.
  • Be prepared for a fire. There are many ways to be prepared for a fire, one way being by having a fire sprinkler system installed in your home. Another way is to have a smoke alarm and fire extinguisher installed as well.

Fire Safety Travel Tips

  • Choose a fire-safe hotel or motel. When picking a hotel or motel, choose one that has a fire sprinkler system and smoke alarms installed. You can contact the hotel or motel and ask about the fire systems they have installed or in place.
  • Identify the exits. Whether you’re in hotel or restaurant or museum, you should always be aware of the nearest exits. This is extremely important if a fire does break out.
  • Never throw a lit cigarette. Never toss a lit cigarette, match or cigar out of your car window or onto the ground. It could ignite dry vegetation or even in rare cases, ignite the fumes from your car.

By knowing and practicing the summer fire safety tips, you can enjoy several wonderful times in the outdoors filled with laughter, happiness and safety all in one!

If you would like to learn more about fire safety, contact CJ Suppression Inc. at 888-821-2334 today! Or visit www.cjsuppression.com for further information regarding fire safety.

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