Summer Grill Safety

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Keep children and animals away from the grill. Don't ever leave the grill unattended - that's a good way for your children to get burned. If you're using a gas grill, secure the connection between the propane tank and the fuel line. If you suspect a leak, turn off the gas immediately. Do not use a match to check for leaks. Never allow a child to prepare food on a grill. Lit cigarettes, matches and open flames should be kept away from the grill. Keep an eye on children to ensure they never get too close to the grill. When you're not using the grill, keep it covered and out of the way. Make sure your children realize that the grill is always off limits. Keep in mind that although you've turned off the grill, it's still hot. Wait until the grill cools down to put the cover back on.