Of burnt food and noisy smoke alarms

Tudor, Jason
April 2000
Airman;Apr2000, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p16
Gives advice on personal safety. Importance of purchasing new smoke alarm batteries; How to make fire escape routes; Importance of surge protector; How to fix car brakes; Benefits of installing radon and carbon monoxide monitors.


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