Rising MI Fire Deaths Prompt Warning from State Fire Marshal
An increase in fire deaths throughout Michigan has the state fire marshal urging you to put safety first.
Seven children and ten adults died in the month of October.
And according to state regulators, fire has claimed 86 lives this year alone.
The state fire marshal — warning every Michigan family to come up with a fire escape plan — before it’s too late — and you come face to face with a potentially deadly situation.
In the average fire, you’ll have only around three minutes to make your exit.
Working smoke detectors can play a pivotal role in creating extra time and saving lives.