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David Bullard's Blog – August 2017 Archive (1)

Sobering Statistic

It seems in the fire service we cite numbers and statistics almost as much as the sport of baseball does. Often these numbers and statistics have relevance, sometimes they are skewed, and on occasion they may not be accurate. Making sense of all of this information can be confusing.

I am going to choose one statistic that should be sobering and is also pretty accurate. How many civilian fire deaths do you believe occur, on average, each year? Would you believe a little over 3,000? This… Continue

Added by David Bullard on August 9, 2017 at 11:09am — No Comments

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