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London Fire Brigade video - Fire- Christmas Tree lights

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London Fire Brigade video - Fire- Christmas Tree lights

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December 10 2017 8:40 AM

"London Fire Brigade has released a video which shows a house fire, most likely sparked by faulty Christmas tree lights.
The shocking video shows the fire enveloping a living room in just 40 seconds."

https://www.independent.ie/world-news/e ... 94342.html

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Re: London Fire Brigade video - Fire- Christmas Tree lights

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Gotta keep those real trees watered or they will act like a Californian forest fire under your bedroom :(

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Re: London Fire Brigade video - Fire- Christmas Tree lights

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This video (whilst well worth revisiting) isn't actually new – longer version including a comparison with a watered tree here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xr6b9b8FYKk
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