"These topical reports are designed to explore facets of the U.S. fire problem as depicted through data collected in the U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Incident Reporting System. Each topical report briefly addresses the nature of the specific fire or fire-related topic, highlights important findings from the data, and may suggest other resources to consider for further information. Also included are recent examples of fire incidents that demonstrate some of the issues addressed in the report or that put the report topic in context. [...] From 2013 to 2015, fire departments responded to an estimated 243,700 fires in one- and two-family residences each year across the nation. These fires resulted in an annual average of 2,175 deaths; 7,575 injuries; and $5.3 billion in property loss. One- and two-family residential building fires accounted for 64 percent of all residential building fires and dominated the overall residential building fire profile."
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Topical Fire Report Series (June 2017), v.18 no.2