Every 16 seconds somewhere in the United States, there is the sound of panic as fire fighters roll out to battle their old enemy. It is a trickster, sometimes wearing flashes of flames, more often, a cloak of black poison. It doesn't matter if your home is a one room bungalow or a luxury apartment- the risk of death in a fire is the same. Smoke is the real killer. Not many people die from direct fire contact. Most people die from the smoke. It's quiet and it's deadly. Firefighters tell us that to survive, you have to understand the force that is a burning building. ABC News, in cooperation with Fort Lauderdale fire rescue, positions fifteen video cameras inside a home set to be demolished, and instead sets it on fire, to show you how you and your children can get out alive, by showing the pictures no one sees- watching a fire from the inside out. Correspondent: Jay Schadler Airdate: 7/5/1995
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