Fire Safety in Hawaii: How to Know If You Need to Leave Your Fireplace

If you’ve ever wondered if you might have a fire on your property, you’re not alone.

According to Hawaii Department of Health and Welfare, the state has over 1,000 fires in which at least one person died, and another 10 people have died in the past 12 months.

The most recent death occurred on August 3, when an 8-year-old girl died after she fell into a fire at the house she shared with her aunt, a family friend, and a neighbor.

The fire was contained, but it’s not clear if the girl’s family will be able to rebuild their home.

(A family friend said they’ll have to sell the house, which they own.)

The state’s fire department has also had a tough time keeping pace with the growing number of fires it’s seeing.

In 2017, Hawaii reported over 5,000 cases of wildfires, and over 5 percent of the state was considered in the zone where a fire could be considered “serious” or “dangerous.”

The state is still struggling to contain the number of new fires, which have grown by 30 percent in the last decade, according to the state’s latest annual fire count report.

The department has set up a web page that tracks the state fire numbers, which it hopes to be updated in 2018.

You can also check the latest state fire statistics on the department’s website.

It’s important to note that the state doesn’t count wildfires that aren’t on active fire restrictions, which is when an owner can legally set their fire.

For example, if you’re allowed to use your own fire for a home renovation, but your property is not on fire restriction, you may be able fire your own house.

If you have a specific burning or active fire restriction you’d like to add, visit the department and ask.

The Honolulu Fire Department has set fire restrictions in areas of the city where residents are expected to stay home during the hottest days of the year.

For those residents, it’s a good idea to call ahead to check on the status of the fire before you leave the house.

The Hawaii Department has also established a 24-hour hotline for residents to call if they have a burning or burning problem.

You’ll also want to check with your city’s fire marshal before leaving home.

Firefighters should be aware of any fires that are reported to them, and if they find one, they should call 911 to report the fire.

Hawaii has an extensive fire prevention program, including fire retardant and other products, and they should be familiar with the requirements of the National Fire Protection Association’s “Fire and Life Safety Standard” to help keep firefighters safe.

The agency recommends that people use a smoke detector and other devices to help protect themselves, and that people wear masks.

It also recommends that all fires be reported to the fire department and the National Weather Service and that they have an evacuation plan.

For more information about Hawaii’s fire prevention efforts, visit their website.