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Mather, J.M., 1961. AN ANALYSIS OF FIRES INVOLVING LIQUID PETROLEUM GAS. Fire Research Notes 470
The frequencies of fires involving liquid petroleum gas during the year 1957 have been compared with data from previous years. The contracting industry appeared as a new hazard, and fires in which a liquid petroleum gas apparatus was the source of ignition were on the increase. A fire involving liquid petroleum gas was more likely to occur in the English and Welsh Counties and in Scotland than in the English County Boroughs during 1957. There has been a decrease in the numbers injured in standardised fires where liquid petroleum gas was the material first ignited.
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