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How do you put out a flammable liquid fire?

Flammable fuels do not respond to water extinguishers because they are petrol or oil and float on the surface of the water. If you've ever seen a fire on an oil rig, you'll know that the fire sits on the water and burns. Cut off the oxygen is the most efficient way to end a class B fire.

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