Get to Safety

Obviously, your first priority is getting yourself and your family out of the house. The Red Cross says it’s OK to try to grab your pets, but don’t endanger yourself by delaying too long.

Then:

Distance yourself from the house to avoid falling debris, noxious fumes and gas/propane explosions.
Call 911.
Give first aid if needed, covering burns to reduce the chance of further injury or infection.
Get injured people and pets immediate medical attention.
Comfort children and pets frequently.
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