Bradley Pallister
3/7/2016 · 2 min read · +100
70% of fire victims suffocate.

70% of fire victims suffocate.

If you think that five breaths are all it takes to lose consciousness, you won’t be surprised to learn that between 50-80% of victims in a fire suffocate. Thick smoke can lead to disorientation and make it difficult to breathe, while the heat can...

sheo kumar prasad srivastva

sheo kumar prasad srivastva

I agree Pallister, direct burn is very less in comparison to suffocation. the insight is useful to avoid fire related deaths.

28/11/2016

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