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Facts : preventing residential fire injuries
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    May 2009

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    Since 1998, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has funded smoke alarm installation and fire safety education programs in high-risk communities. CDC currently funds 17 grantees, including 13 state health departments, 3 fire departments, and 1 children’s hospital. As of March 2009, nearly 2,420 lives have been potentially saved and over 413,000 smoke alarms have been installed. Fires2009CDCFactSheet-FINAL-a.pdf
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