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Eight-Fatality Row House Fire- Chester, Pennsylvania: Lessons Learned from Residential Fires with Five or More Fatalities Department of Homeland Security

Eight-Fatality Row House Fire- Chester, Pennsylvania: Lessons Learned from Residential Fires with Five or More Fatalities

Department of Homeland Security

Published April 29th 2013
ISBN : 9781484843536
Paperback
44 pages
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Multiple fatality residential fires, especially those which claim the lives of children, have a devastating effect on family members and friends left behind. The tremendous impacts of these fires on a community are powerful stimuli for improving fireMoreMultiple fatality residential fires, especially those which claim the lives of children, have a devastating effect on family members and friends left behind. The tremendous impacts of these fires on a community are powerful stimuli for improving fire safety and reinforcing many of the hard-learned lessons of the past. During 1992, the United States Fire Administration (USFA) investigated reports of nine residential fires, each of which claimed the lives of five or more individuals