July 1, 2015

Are You Prepared for a Home Fire?

Thank you for taking our poll. Here are up-to-the-minute results from you and your fellow Extra Mile readers:

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According to experts, having working smoke alarms and making a fire escape plan are the two most important steps you can take to survive a fire.

For more ways to prevent a tragedy, follow these fire prevention tips from FEMA.

Also visit The Hartford’s website to download or order our guidebook, Fire Sense: A Smart Way to Prevent, Detect and Escape Home Fires.

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