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Fire safety for kids

The Chico Children's Museum and Chico Fire Department team up to host a fire safety program every Friday in Chico.

Posted: Jul 19, 2019 5:55 PM
Updated: Jul 19, 2019 5:55 PM

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can't be too young to learn about fire safety. action news now reporter kristian lopez shows us how chico are making sure your kids know what to do if a fire strikes. nat: stop drop and roll. thank you stephanie, california care force is also looking for volunteers... with or without medical experience. we will have a link to sign up on action news now dot com. right now one in 10 americans do not have health insurance. ## you can't be too young to learn about fire safety. action news now reporter kristian lopez shows us how chico are making sure your kids know what to do if a fire strikes. nat: stop drop and roll. kids from all ages showed up at the chico children's museum today to learn all about fire safety. dave main/fire captain: we like to come to the chico childrens museum on friday mornings and just give them a little overview about fire safety, what firefighters do. the museum teams up with the chico fire department to host "fire safety fridays" every friday morning at 11. leslie amani/museum director: education is our number one goal with the program, and ensuring that it begins with the littlest of our community. today, kids were able to learn all about fire prevention and how to stay safe during an emergency. nats of event but it wasn't all work and no play kristian/stand: the kids also got the opportunity to check out the inside of a fire truck. parents say they are thankful the community is coming together to help kids stay safe. devon carlson/visiting museum: it's really important that the museum is connected and engaged with the community in this way to help educate parents and kids about such an important topic. and with the camp fire still fresh in everyone's minds, officials are reminding parents to be cautious. dave main/fire captain: watch the plugs especially from the very young,you're gonna need to cover those plugs and outlets... outdoors practice general fire safety, no outdoor cooking no outdoor fires when the fire danger is high and just be aware of where your kids are at and what they're doing. the museum says this event will take place every friday through the month of august. in chico, kristian lopez, action news now. if you'd like to take your kids to the event, the admission is 9 dollares for the whole day, kids under the age of 2 get in free. ###
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