Tag Archives: Fire Extinguisher

Apartment Fire causes 500K in Damages

At 8:42 pm on Monday, July 9th, Orange County Fire Authority responded to an apartment fire started by oil in a pan that was left unattended.  One patient was transported to a medical facility for smoke inhalation.  The Red Cross responded to assist with 11 units of displaced residents. There was $500,000.00 of damage to the apartment building and $20,000.00 of damage […]

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Gel Fuel Causes Serious Burn Injuries

Orange County Fire Authority just issued the following News Release: On Sunday, June 24th, a 14-year old female was seriously burned while attending a gathering with her parents at the home of friends. She was sitting at an outdoor table when the host began refueling a decorative firepot on the dinner table. It appeared the […]

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Fire Extinguisher Tags

Fire Extinguisher Tag Confused by punched out dates on fire extinguisher tags? Don’t worry, you are not alone, and there is a simple answer. The date that is punched out on the tag is the date that the extinguisher was serviced. If the date shown on the tag is more than one year old, then it […]

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