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[Ohio] Cigarettes spark fire in goose's nest

A mother goose is recovering from serious burns after cigarette butts started a fire in her nest. Wildlife specialist Tim White told the Sandusky Register he and his daughter saw the fire smoldering Sunday outside his office building in Sandusky.
AP - Associated Press
added May 10, 2015 16:01

[Pennsylvania] Cigarette sparked $250,000 fire that destroyed eastern Lancaster County home

When a Salisbury Township man went to the kitchen for a snack, a cigarette in his bedroom sparked a fire that destroyed his house on Wednesday, police said. Richard C. Hallman, 59, of 694 Churchtown Road, Narvon, left the cigarette in an ashtray beside h
Lancaster Online (Lancaster Newspapers)
added May 7, 2015 12:07

Kentucky leads nation in smoking-related deaths

The No. 1 cause of preventable home fire deaths is smoking, according to the United States Fire Administration (USFA). Kentucky ranks ninth in the U.S. for fire deaths and is the nation’s leader in smoking-related deaths. One-third of all fire deaths in K
The Lane Report
added May 7, 2015 12:04

[South Carolina] Discarded cigarette in flower pot displaces several families in condo blaze

the fire that damaged at least 10 units was the result of someone dropping a cigarette butt in a flower pot. Wilson explained, "A cigarette was disposed of in a flower pot which was sitting on the second floor deck area of the condo building - this was d
WMBF News (Myrtle Beach, SC)
added May 6, 2015 14:09
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Cost-effectiveness of integrating tobacco cessation into Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment

Smoking cessation integrated with treatment for PTSD was cost-effective, within a broad confidence region, but less cost-effective than most other smoking cessation programs reported in the literature.
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
added May 10, 2015 12:06

Why do airplanes still have ashtrays, 25 years after the smoking ban?

FAA expects that the occasional nicotine craving passenger will break the law – fines and potential criminal charges be damned – so there should be a place for them to safely extinguish... In 1973, a passenger on a Varig airlines flight dropped a still-bu
WTSP-TV Ch. 10
added May 4, 2015 17:42

A Flame Retardant That Came With Its Own Threat to Health

a principal culprit in such fires has long been carelessness with cigarettes. But smoking habits have greatly changed; the share of American adults who puff away dropped to 17 percent in 2014 from 42 percent in 1965, according to the Centers for Disease
New York Times
added May 4, 2015 06:39
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Israeli police Wednesday released shocking security video of a woman setting a gasoline pump on fire in Jerusalem -- allegedly because a man refused to give her a cigarette, reports NBC News. Amazingly, no one was hurt, police said.
Fire Engineering
added Jun 5, 2015 06:27

[Asia, Japan] BASEEL: Smoking while walking near kids or wheelchairs? Why not just swing a knife around?

Enforcement is still lax, however, prompting Sibakiyo to voice her complaint in manga form. Hopefully this appeal to smokers’ ability to think of something other than their own pleasure will prove effective, but if not, and least one other anti-smoker has
RocketNews24 (Socio Corporation) (jp)
added Apr 28, 2015 19:35

[New Jersey] Warning: Your e-cigarette can explode

“It was the first time we had ever seen this. We weren’t sure what we were going to find. But it was, indeed, an e-cigarette that had exploded,” Stenger said. What happened after the explosion two weeks ago was a lesson for both the homeowner and the fi
The Press of Atlantic City
added Apr 28, 2015 13:07
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