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Thanksgiving Weekend Fires

Submitted by on Saturday, 27 November 2010No Comment

Thanksgiving is a time for family and celebration. Unfortunatly, several families in Flint, Saginaw and Detroit had left turkeys in the oven a little too long and the results were lots of smoke damage but no homes were lost.  It is important to keep an eye on what is happening in the kitchen.  There are many outdated stoves that are not use to high heat for extended periods and if and when turkeys catch fire the results can be worse than an actual kitchen catching on fire.  Turkey and other meats and there oils burn and release proteins in the air.  Protein fires permeate everything and is difficult to treat and clean.  We at Michigan Fire Claims will donate a turkey dinner to the families we have identified with this type of fire over this holiday weekend.

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