Holiday Fire Safety Tips

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By Travelers Risk Control
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The holiday season offers opportunities to literally “deck the halls” with festive lights and other decorations while entertaining friends and family. But these popular traditions may also increase the risk of accidental fires as candles, Christmas trees and the bustle of holiday cooking contribute to the most common incidents. Know what to do to help avoid the common fire mishaps.

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