Beyond Stop, Drop and Roll
- Fire safety can be child's play. // USA Today Magazine;Sep96, Vol. 125 Issue 2616, p10
Provides recommendations on how to prevent fire-related deaths of children. Provided by the United States Fire Administration; Such suggestions as keeping matches and lighters in a secured drawer or cabinet, or telling children to tell parents if they ever find matches or lighters.
- New initiative to help save minority children from fire death. // Jackson Advocate;8/5/2010, Vol. 72 Issue 42, p5A
The article reports on the initiative of the International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters (IABPFF) to launch a national fire safety campaign that aims to decrease the number of fire deaths of African-American and Spanish-speaking children in the U.S.
- The Long Road Back. // Vogue;Dec2013, Vol. 203 Issue 12, p128
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of losing her three children and her parents after a fire occurred at their house before Christmas Day in 2011.
- Safety Awareness: Empowering Students to be Technologically Literate. Lazaros, Edward J.; Shackelford, Ray // Technology Teacher;May/Jun2009, Vol. 68 Issue 8, p5
This article explains that students who are technologically literate can be encourage to collaborate with their parents to make sure that technology and its artifacts in the home are used properly to make the home safer. The Home Safety Council reported that the top five leading cause of...
- 'I had to make their lives matter'. Egan, Nicole Weisensee // People;6/25/2012, Vol. 77 Issue 26, p110
The article profiles Matthew Badger, whose three daughters died in a fire on Christmas Day 2011 at his ex-wife's house. Topics discussed include how Badger is handling his daughters' deaths six months later, the circumstances of the fire that killed the girls and their grandparents, and the...
- Magassas and Soumares say, 'Thank you, NYC'. Mfuni, Tanangachi // New York Amsterdam News;3/22/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 13, p3
The article reports on the fire casualty in the Mali families of Moussa Magassa and Mamadou Soumare, who were living in Bronx, New York City. The fire left five of Magassa's children dead and his wife, injured. The fire also claimed four of Soumare's children and his wife. The representatives of...
- No child locked inside. ROSSI, JORGE // Fire Chief;Jun2013, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p34
The article reports that a campaign is developed to increase awareness about the dangers of leaving children in locked automobiles. It informs that the survey revealed that 52% of them occurred because of being forgotten by the caregiver whether in backseat or in running to store. It states that...
- A FAMILY FAREWELL. // Jet;4/2/2007, Vol. 111 Issue 13, p33
The article offers information on the Moussa Magassa and Mamadou Soumare families, that were victims of a large house fire in the Bronx, New York. The Magassa children who died in the fire will be buried at Jersey State Memorial Park in New Jersey. Soumare plans to bury his children in his...
- EVALUATED COMMUNITY FIRE SAFETY INTERVENTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES: A REVIEW OF CURRENT LITERATURE. Ta, Van M.; Frattaroli, Shannon; Bergen, Gwendolyn; Gielen, Andrea Carison // Journal of Community Health;Jun2006, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p176
The purpose of the study was to assess the state of fire prevention research, provide an updated synthesis of evaluated fire prevention programs, and discuss the role of fire fighters and data systems in prevention efforts. The review included all evaluations of U.S. based fire prevention...