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FEATURESFire Loss in the United States During 2010
U.S. fire departments responded to 1,331,500 fires, a decrease of 1.3 percent from the previous year.
Michael J. Karter, Jr.
Catastrophic Multiple-Death Fires in 2010
Last year, 29 multiple-death fires in the United States killed 175 people, including 30 children.
Stephen G. Badger
Catastrophic Multiple-Death Fire Incidents
A breakdown of all the 2010 multiple-death fires.
Nowhere to Go
Fire safety is a constant concern at Antarctica’s McMurdo Station, a research outpost 830 miles from the South Pole.
It's a Fire Dog's Life
A look at the life of Sparky the Fire Dog®, who turned 60 this year, by his best friend.
NEWS + ANALYSISFire Analysis + Research
U.S. Structure Fires in Stores and Other Mercantile Properties.
Kitchen fire damages restaurant.
The 1930 Ohio prison fire.
Membership: The Sections
Be in the spotlight, share your expertise, and contribute to NFPA Journal's exclusive "Section Forum"
In A Flash
How an underutilized Life Safety Code tool can improve safety at outdoor assembly venues.
SPOTLIGHT: Suppression Systems
COLUMNS AND DEPARTMENTS