Thursday, May 22, 2008

A Safer Home focus of Flanders 'Open Firehouse'

Flanders Firehouse demonstrates A Safer Home
FLANDERS, NEW JERSEY – Firefighters and emergency medical technicians from the Flanders Fire Company and Rescue Squad will host an 'Open Firehouse' at 27 Main Street, Flanders New Jersey.

On May 31st from 10am to 4pm come see the department’s state-of-the-art fire apparatus and EMS equipment. Learn about safety precautions that can reduce the possibility of a fire or injury in your home.

Firefighters will demonstrate the proper use of a fire extinguisher, how to handle a stove fire and how to get out of a smoke-filled home.

EMS technicians will provide instructions and illustrations on how to treat various everyday common medical emergencies. Fire & EMS personnel will walk you through an automobile wreck rescue and the use of foam to extinguish car fires.

In addition, Mount Olive police officers will be at the firehouse to provide information about Car Seat and Child Restraint Safety.

Protect you and your family by learning how to create A Safer Home.

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