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Five Injured in Large Fort Worth (TX) Apartment Fire

Some residents jumped out windows to escape fire at a Forth Worth apartment complex.

Report: Fatal Lowell (MA) Fire was Accidental Electrical Fire

The Lowell apartment building that killed five members of one family and two others was an electrical fire.

National Fire Sprinkler Association Board of Directors Elects Kent Mezaros to Vice Chair

The National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA), the longest-tenured fire sprinkler advocacy organization in the U.S.,...

Sprinkler System Extinguishes Fire at Florida Senior Living Facility

Firefighters responded to a late night fire at a senior living facility that displaced dozens on the island of Venice...

Report: Fireworks Set Off in Lowell (MA) Building Days Before Fatal Fire

Fireworks ignited on July 3 inside the Lowell apartment building where seven people perished in a fast-moving fire ea...

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UL Fire Safety Journal 2

In this issue of Underwriter Laboratories' Fire Safety Journal series you can learn more about UL's live burn experiments, computer modeling and statistical analysis -- all reflecting Fire Safety challenges of today.


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One Killed, Others Injured in Apartment Fire Near Indiana Campus

One person died and others were injured in a fire that struck an apartment complex early Thursday near the campus of Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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Firefighters and MDA Celebrate "60 Years Strong"

The Muscular Dystrophy Association and the International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) are set to kick off another summer season of the fire fighters' spirited Fill the Boot campaign.

Building Construction

ASTM Fire Standards Committee Approves Standard for Direct Flame Impingement of Exterior Vents

Adopted in 2005, Chapter 7A of the California Building Code describes provisions for attic vents for new construction in wildfire-prone areas.


1944 Hartford Circus Fire: Tent Burned “Like Tissue Paper”

Seventy years ago this month, on July 6, 1944, the Hartford (CT) Circus Fire occurred when a tent, waterproofed with paraffin and gasoline, ignited and was  rapidly consumed. In the ensuing panic, 168 people died, many of them children, and hundreds suffered injuries. Local firefighters also lost loved ones. See how Fire Engineering reported on the tragedy and the fire safety questions it raised.


Five Injured in Large Fort Worth (TX) Apartment Fire

Some residents jumped out windows to escape fire at a Forth Worth apartment complex.

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Globe, DuPont, and NVFC Name First Three Winners in 2014 Gear Giveaway

July 21, 2014 Globe, DuPont Protection Technologies (DuPont), and the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) have partnered for the...

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