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GCH Learn Free: Fire Plan

On this interactive you identify windows and doors, ways to exit each room, the location of the smoke detectors, and the place where the family should gather once they are all out of the house.
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On this interactive fire escape plan, you identify windows and doors, ways to exit each room, the location of the smoke detectors, and the place where the family should gather once they are all out of the house. You can print out the steps to take to develop the individual plan for each situation.

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