Video: West Seattle demonstration shows the one thing you need to do to stop a kitchen fire

May 29, 2014 at 2:52 pm | In Preparedness, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Kitchen fires are the most common kind of fire in the U.S. – so do you know what to do in case of a fire in your kitchen? Take a few minutes and watch the demonstration we covered this morning at the Joint Training Facility on the southeast edge of West Seattle. That’s Seattle Fire Department Captain C.M. Yob. (For the abbreviated version, move the cursor ahead to 2 minutes in, when the flames appear.) Also on hand, Puget Sound Energy‘s Andy Wappler:

We photographed him showing off the elements of a disaster-preparedness starter kit that will be given away at Fred Meyer in Redondo (25250 Pacific Hwy S.) during an event on June 14th that’s part of the Safe in the Sound campaign involving PSE and the Red Cross, among others.

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  1. @1:30 Those stupid wand lighters never work.

    Comment by jhn — 3:16 pm June 11, 2014 #

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