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By The MNFUIA Team

Just like hamburgers and hot dogs, a sizzling grill is a symbol of summer and grilling isn’t just about great food. Backyard barbecues often create treasured memories with friends and family.  Keep in mind, however, that when you grill, you’re literally playing with fire. Thousands of residents each year learn this the hard way, suffering damage to their homes or even serious injuries in grilling accidents.  

There’s good news, though: You can prevent grilling accidents by taking some simple precautions. The tips below can help ensure you cook only your burgers — and not your house — the next time you fire up the grill.

GAS GRILL TIPS (from the National Fire Protection Association)

  • Check your grill’s hoses for leaks before using it if it's been a while. Apply a light soap and water solution to the hose. A propane leak will release bubbles. If you have a leak, and it will not stop after the grill and gas is turned off, call the fire department. If the leak stops when the grill and gas are turned off, have your grill serviced by a professional.
  • If you smell gas while cooking, immediately get away from the grill and call the fire department. Do not move the grill.
  • Do not keep a filled propane tank in a hot car or trunk. When getting containers refilled, make that your last stop before going home.
  • Store propane tanks in an upright position, and never indoors.


From all of us at Farmers Union Insurance Agency: Happy Grilling, and stay safe this summer!  Thanks to Safeco Insurance for contributing to the content of this blog.


On This Day in History....

August 1: MTV made its maiden broadcast (1981)

August 2: Iraq invaded Kuwait (1990)

August 3: Coolidge took oath of office (1923).

August 4: Jesse Owens won long-jump in Germany (1936)

August 5: Marilyn Monroe was found dead (1962)

August 6: Atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima (1945)

August 7: US forces invaded Guadalcanal (1942)

August 8: President Nixon resigned (1974)

August 9: Manson cult killed five people (1969)

August 10: Smithsonian Institution created (1846)

August 11: Actor Robin Williams died (2014)

August 12: T-Rex skeleton discovered in SD (1990)

August 13: Berlin wall divided Germany (1961)

August 14: FDR signed the Social Security Act (1935)

August 15: Woodstock Festival opened in NY (1969)

August 16: Gold discovered in the Yukon (1896)

August 17: Dakota Uprising began in MN (1862)

August 18: 19th Amendment ratified in TN (1920)

August 19: The Beatles kick off US tour in CA (1964)

August 20: Viking 1 launched to Mars (1975)

August 21: Hawaii became the 50th US State (1959)

August 22: International Red Cross founded (1864)

August 23: Fannie Farmer opened cooking school (1902)

August 24: John Lennon’s killer sentenced (1981)

August 25: Senator Ted Kennedy died (2009)

August 26: First televised MLB game (1939)

August 27: Krakatoa erupted in Indonesia (1883)

August 28: Prince Charles & Lady Diana divorced (1996)

August 29: Hurricane Katrina slammed LA (2005)

August 30: Thurgood Marshall 1st US black Justice (1967)

August 31: FDR signed the Neutrality Act (1935)


Historical dates are excerpted from History.com.

Used by permission of Safeco Insurance.  
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