Basement and Cellar Fires

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 By JAMES P. SMITH



Basement and Cellar Fires
Be Aware of the Dangers Presented by Fires Below Ground Level




                                                                                                             
				
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Description: A basement or cellar is described as a level of a building partially or fully below grade. One definition of the difference between a basement and cellar is that a cellar is more than 50% below grade or ground level and a basement is less than 50% below grade. Another definition is based solely on the use of the area. If unfinished, it is referred to as a cellar. If a finished room, it is called a basement.
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