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Imagine watching your most precious photos burn before your eyes.
For home fire victims – some 70,000 families annually – that is exactly the kind of heartbreak they experience.
The American Red Cross recently began a new social media campaign to promote fire awareness, and it’s based almost entirely through Facebook and Twitter.
When you visit the campaign site, www.every80seconds.com, you’ll be asked to connect through Facebook. From there, the campaign virtually will burn six randomly selected images from your Facebook photos.