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With 4th of July coming up, you’re probably starting to daydream about things like BBQs, fireworks and frosty beers. Topics like burns and fire safety might not be top of mind, but they deserve some attention, too. There are typically more fires reported on July 4th than any other day of the year. Plus, thousands of BBQ-attendees are sent to the emergency room each year due to holiday-related injuries. Don’t skip the party! Just be aware of these July 4th safety tips as you celebrate.

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