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Know about the Fire Triangle Understand how knowledge of the fire triangle can be used in fire prevention
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? Three important ingredients are needed for fire, Can you guess what they are? ? ? Fuel Heat Oxygen Click here for Lesson Information Click on the question marks to reveal the correct answers
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