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During the dry season, wildfires tend to dominate the news. Whether sparked by human error, electrical causes, or nature itself, the fires can spread far quickly, sometimes burning for as long as weeks. The truth is, since most wildfires are caused by people, it’s up to us to prevent them.
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Here are a few ways to avoid setting a fire:
- Do not leave burning candles, barbecue coals, and fires unattended in your backyard and be sure to fully extinguish them before you go to bed.
- Follow local ordinances when burning yard waste
- Do not throw cigarettes, matches, or other burning materials out of moving vehicles or windows
- When camping, be sure to completely extinguish campfires and store fuel for lamps, stoves, etc., far from the appliances themselves.
Smoke from wildfires is a composition of gases and fine particles from burning trees and other plant materials. Smoke can sting your eyes, irritate your respiratory system, and worsen chronic heart and lung diseases. Coughing, headaches, chest pain, shortness of breath, stinging eyes, a runny nose, and irritated sinuses are all signs that fire smoke is affecting you. When air quality is bad, it’s important to stay inside and run your air purifier, to avoid inhaling smoke particles and to protect your eyes.To find out more about the health threats of wildfire smoke, see the CDC website.
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