Firefighting is an exciting and exciting career for a firefighter, but it is dangerous work and one that is very, very dangerous for everyone.
In fact, a new report released today by the National Geographic Society says that the average American firefighter has a 10 times greater risk of death than a firefighter in Japan or Spain.
The new study also says that an average firefighter in the U.S. is twice as likely to die as an American firefighter in a fire, but that the difference is smaller in other countries.
So, if you are a firefighter or a member of a firefighting team, make sure you have a safe and effective equipment and a good training plan.
If you do not have any of those, you can still be at great risk.
And if you do have a fire fighting equipment, make a habit of wearing it when you go out.
This article was originally published on National Geographic News.