DPS: Number Of People Killed In Fires In 2018 Was 2nd-Lowest On RecordSafety officials in Minnesota say fire deaths in the state last year were the second-lowest on record.
2018 Saw A Nearly 50-Percent Drop In Fire DeathsPublic safety officials say that preliminary data show that in 2018 Minnesota had the lowest number of fire deaths in nearly a decade.
Minnesota Sees Record Stretch Without Fire DeathsThis year holds the record for the longest streak of no fire deaths since 2005.
Report: 2017 Minnesota’s Deadliest Fire Year Since 1995A new report says Minnesota saw the most deaths caused by fires in 2017 than it has seen in more than 20 years.
Report: Minnesota 2015 Fire Deaths Highest In 13 YearsNumbers released Monday show that Minnesota had its most fire deaths last year since 2002. The State Fire Marshal's Office says there were 57 fire deaths in Minnesota last year.
Fire Deaths In Minnesota On The RiseThe number of fire deaths in Minnesota is on the rise. The State Fire Marshal's office says 51 people have died in fires this year, compared to 43 at this time last year. The number of fire fatalities is the highest since 2011.
Mpls. FD: Fire Death Toll Highest In 35 YearsA growing number of deadly fires in Minneapolis have officials preaching safety. Since the beginning of the year, 10 people, including five children, have died in fires in Minneapolis. Fire Chief John Fruetel says it's been more than 35 years since the fire department has seen this many deaths.
Report Shows Fire Deaths Have Dropped In MinnesotaA report from the state Fire Marshal Division shows the number of fatalities caused by fire has decreased over the past 40 years. State Fire Marshal Jerry Rosendahl says officials are proud of the progress Minnesota has made.
DPS: Minnesota Fire Deaths Up 31 Percent In 2011A preliminary report released by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety Friday shows that fire deaths went up 31 percent in Minnesota from 2010 to 2011.