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Please keep your Christmas trees watered.
UL Firefighter Safety Research Institute
Happy Holidays from the UL FSRI Team!
We often talk about how fast fire has become and how the time to escape your home has decreased from 17 minutes to around 3 minutes. If your Christmas tree is to catch fire, that time may become even less.
On average, one of every 32 reported home Christmas tree fires resulted in a death, compared to an average of one death per 143 total reported home fires. This season, we want you and your family to be safe, so we have created this video to share some important holiday fire safety tips.
Aside from the seasonal tips, always remember to:
- have working smoke alarms inside and outside every sleeping area
and on every level of the home
- practice your fire escape plans with holiday guests
- and always #CloseBeforeYouDoze. ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago
Tonight, at the monthly Springfield Township commissioners meeting, three firefighters were issued citations of bravery. On October 20th, Lt Chris Colburn, FF Jake Lesage, and FF Eric Lyons were at the Springfield mall for a fire prevention event. During that time, there was an active shooter at the mall. Colburn, Lesage, and Lyons assisted police by helping mall patrons shelter in place in a nearby store. ... See MoreSee Less
Great work Rusty!!!
Stay safe always.
Amazing! You should be so proud!
Proud that your OURS!
Good job Eric
So proud of u
Thank you for your service. Stay safe
Great job. Congrats!
Awesome work gentlemen
Congratulations, guys! Great work.
Outstanding work Jake and Eric!
Thank you officers!! 💕
Congratulations! !!!well deserved!
Thank you for your service!
Way to go Brothers
Way to go Jake!
GREAT job! Thank You for you service.
Congratulations on a job well done!
Thank you for your service!
Wow!! That's awesome!
Congratulations to you all
Congrats Rusty !!!!!!
Awesome ! 👍🏻🙏😘
The Officers and Members of the Springfield Fire Company welcome you to our web site. The Springfield Fire Company is responsible for the fire protection and fire prevention of approximately 25,000 citizens in the 6.2 square mile area of Springfield Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
The township is comprised of residential neighborhoods, commercial properties, and small industrial facilities all situated in a quiet suburban setting. Operating out of the five-bay, modern fire station at 217 Saxer Avenue, Springfield Fire Company currently utilizes six pieces of apparatus and two chiefs vehicles. You will find this site a very informative and enjoyable place to learn more about the Springfield Fire Company. So grab a comfortable chair and be ready to explore the web site of one of the best firefighting organizations in the nation.