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Old March 24th, 2006, 04:59 PM
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At least if a fire starts in a bar, there are usually people around and hence action can be taken quickly, this is why house fires from smokes in bed are usuaally more devastating, people are asleep, no one is around etc, C02 is disabling, there fore fires that start in the night are usually more devastating with more loss of life than for example kitchen fires that occur in the day. That is not personal opinion, that is fact. Fires causes by smoking, at night very often involve alot of loss of pty, as well as loss of life.
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