Following a fire pit explosion that left 12 people with burn injuries in Glendale, Illinois, fire officials want to remind the public of some basic fire safety tips. “Never introduce a combustible liquid into a fire that’s already going,” a Glenside Fire Protection District firefighter told Chicago’s ABC 7 News. Dousing a fire pit, grill, or other open flame with gasoline, lighter fluid, and other types of combustible liquid can create a path from the fire to the fuel source, resulting in a potentially deadly explosion. Although the April 28 Glendale explosion remains under investigation, fire officials said the incident was ... Read More
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