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American Red Cross 8h
As temperatures turn cooler, make sure you keep your home safe with these simple tips.
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Red Cross Northwest Nov 13
Red Cross volunteers gave assistance to one person displaced by a house fire in Lynwood, WA overnight.
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NY Red Cross Nov 10
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Red Cross NCR Nov 10
Watch today to watch CEO Gail McGovern talk about our home fire campaign that saved 285 lives!
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Red Cross Philly Nov 10
Cold weather's back. Heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fires. Keep warm safely at
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Jonathan McNamara Nov 23
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NEO Red Cross Nov 13
Our Disaster Workers were busy this weekend, responding to 11 home fires, helping 31 people, including 10 children, by offering more than $7,000 in financial assistance,
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Western CO Red Cross 3h
Our volunteers responded to a home fire in Paonia, CO that occured on Bell Creek Rd yesterday. They met with the family (2 adults) and provided temporary lodging and other immediate needs.
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RedCross NortheastPA Nov 16
Exciting news - 17 more lives saved! We’ve now reached 285 lives saved through the Home Fire Campaign efforts of our regions and their partners.
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Red Cross Philly Nov 11
It’s the coldest morning of the season so far! If using space heaters for extra warmth this weekend, be sure to follow these important safety steps.
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Jessica Piffero Nov 23
Even on the holidays our local volunteers are responding to provide relief and comfort to those who have lost everything. Right now our team is on scene of a home fire in , assisting a local family in need.
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ChicagoRedCross 10h
On Thanksgiving Day, your Chicago & northern Illinois volunteers responded to 3 home fires and helped 16 people.
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Red Cross Bay Area Nov 21
This Thanksgiving, help the American Red Cross by practicing fire safety in your home. Always check the kitchen before going to bed to make sure all stoves are turned off. Did you know that half of home fire deaths result from fires reported between 11pm and 7am?
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Red Cross Northwest Nov 9
The RedCross responded to a home fire in on Wednesday. Now providing assistance to those who were impacted.
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PrepareAthon Nov 13
Sound the Alarm w/ & . Sign up to help them install 100,000 smoke alarms this spring:
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Red Cross Oklahoma 2h
As temperatures drop, make sure to follow these space heater tips + read up on fire safety here:
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SouthTexas Red Cross Nov 21
Cooking is the #1 cause of home fires. For a safe and happy holiday, the recommends everyone follow basic fire safety tips.
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Red Cross LosAngeles Nov 9
Ending Home Fires with One Million Free Smoke Alarms and Counting! READ this new blog by CEO :
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SFLRedCross Nov 9
are helping 2 families; 8 people displaced by two separate home fires in . Each year, the Red Cross responds to nearly 64,000 disasters, the vast majority of which are home fires.
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Kern Red Cross 3h
Did you know? You may only have two minutes to escape your home during a fire. Practice your escape plan regularly! Learn more and help us :
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