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Fire in the U.S. 1992-2001 (13th ed.)
Barry Leonard (ed). The U.S. fire problem, on a per capita basis, is one of the worst in the industrial world. Thousands of Americans die each year, tens of thousands of people are injured, & property losses reach billions of dollars. There are also huge indirect costs of fire -- temporary lodging, lost bus., med. expenses, etc. This report is designed to arm the fire service & others with information that motivates corrective action, sets priorities, targets specific fire programs, serves as a model for state & local analyses of fire data, & provides a baseline for evaluating programs. This 13th ed. covers the 10-year period from 1992-2001, with emphasis on 2001. The primary source of data is from the Nat. Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS). Extensive charts, tables & graphs.
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