About 3,000 home fires originate from extension cords each year in the United States, killing an average of 50 people and injuring about 270 more, Chase said.
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The fire at the two-story house at 1627 W. Fifth St. began upstairs shortly before 9 p.m. because of an overloaded extension cord, said Ashtabula Fire Capt. Stephen Chase of the Fire Prevention Bureau.