Fire extinguishers have been the most commonly used fire extinguishers in the U.S. since 1970, when a federal judge ordered that they be used in the home.
Fire extinguisher manufacturers have responded to that order by replacing the old model with newer, more efficient versions, but that hasn’t always been easy for homeowners.
A new study published by the Institute for Safe Homes and the American Association of Insurance Administrators (AAIA) shows that in 2015, 583,000 fires burned in the nation, and about 3 million people lost their lives as a result of them.
More than half of those deaths were caused by people using the old-style fire extinguishing devices, and another 23 percent were caused when people used the new-style ones.
The findings, released today, are part of a series on the causes of deaths caused by fire extinguishments by the AAIA.
In this latest study, researchers analyzed data from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), which has a database of deaths related to fire extinguishes.
The data shows that, of the 583 known deaths from fire extinguishment, about 3,800 were caused not by the fire itself but by the extinguisher being used.
These deaths were most common among people who lived in rural areas and were not exposed to the hazards of urban areas.
While these numbers are troubling, the study also points out that most of the deaths were preventable.
“It’s hard to find out what’s causing these deaths, and we’re trying to do that through the use of an analysis that uses data from an accident and emergency management database,” said lead author and researcher, Dr. Matthew McDaniel, an associate professor of epidemiology at the University of Chicago.
“It allows us to identify the factors that might lead to the death of an individual.”
Fire extinguishers are designed to catch fire.
They are usually attached to the outside of a home, or sometimes even in a car.
The extinguisher uses compressed air to heat the liquid in the extinguish container, which then releases it to catch the flames.
This allows the extinguishing agent to reach the flame quickly and avoid damaging the structure.
The extinguisher is designed to last for about 20 minutes, but fires can be quickly spread and can spread from a single extinguisher to several in the house.
The research team used data from a large database of fire deaths and injuries in 2015 that was published in the American Journal of Public Health.
The study looked at all deaths and deaths due to fire in all U.A. states.
They found that, from January 1, 2010, to January 1 of this year, 633,000 people died from fire and injuries.
The vast majority of these deaths were from suffocation or drowning, but the authors say that even those deaths could have been prevented if more fire extinguischers were deployed.
More than half the deaths occurred in rural and suburban areas.
Firefighting equipment used by people in those areas was not the best, but it was not that bad.
The new study suggests that some of those shortcomings could be overcome with better firefighting equipment.
The new study also looks at the causes and consequences of deaths due the fire extinguizaiton, which could also be a good place to start if you’re considering switching to firefighting technology.
The researchers say the findings do not mean that there is a direct causal link between fire extinguitions and deaths.
They also note that not all deaths are caused by extinguishers and that it’s important to compare all deaths, not just those from fire.
The report also notes that some deaths were due to heat-related injuries, which is another area that needs to be addressed, including when firefighters get involved in a fire or when they are deployed to areas where heat is present.