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Free advice: Don’t take LATimes’ fire advice

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By Michelle Malkin  •  October 29, 2007 09:49 AM

Patterico highlights the newspaper correction of the morning from the LATimes:

Fire protection: An article in Wednesday’s Section A about preparing for a fire evacuation advised leaving lawn sprinklers on and using a garden hose to wet the roof or the area around your house. In fact, sprinklers should be turned off to preserve water for firefighters, and wetting a roof or area around your house is not effective in Santa Ana winds, fire experts say.

Here’s the original article from reporter Mary Engel with the LAT’s bad advice: “What you can do to prepare for a fire evacuation.”

Warning: Believing the MSM can be hazardous to your health.

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