“Appliance garages” blamed for kitchen fires
28 January 2014
Specialist Fire Investigator Gary Beer said people need to be very cautious when storing toasters, hot water jugs, and other appliances in hideaway cupboards. He said that if an appliance is not pushed well into the cupboard, the door could easily be accidentally lowered onto switches or toaster arms.
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