To Prevent Arson

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Setting a fire to burn a house is called “arson”. Many of the causes of fires are due to arson. Please take the following precautions to prevent such arsons.

(1) When taking out the garbage, follow the collection date and time. Don’t put out garbage the prior night of the collection day.

(2) Do not put flammable materials (cardboard, old newspapers, magazines, etc.) around the house.

(3) Turn on the lights of the entrance and the gate to lighten the area around the house.

(4) Don’t leave postal items in the mailbox.

(5) Use non-flammable covers for cars and motorbikes.

(6) Lock houses that you do not live in, the garage, the shed, etc.

If you find a fire, please inform people nearby in a loud voice. And please call the fire station. The emergency telephone number of the fire station is 119.

For details: Fire Suppression Offices No.1 & No.2, Minoh Fire Station (Shobosho Keibo Daiichi-shitsu Daini-shitsu)

TEL: 072-724-9090 FAX: 072-724-6416
e-mail: keibou1and2@maple.city.minoh.lg.jp

 

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