Carver: “The exit drills in the home is what we really try and make fun with our fire safety house. We bring the kids there and try and show them that if you train to do this, it doesn’t have to be a real scary event. It’s something you can practice with your family. We really put it on the kids to take it home to family and try and get the whole family doing fire drills at home, just like they do at school.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Fire Department is today (Tuesday, October 11) conducting a mass casualty drill. The Fire Department was calling for 37 volunteers to participate as patients. The drill will run from 9am to 12:30pm at Kenai Fire Station #2. Kenai Fire Marshall Tommy Carver says October is fire prevention month in Alaska and firefighters are encouraging all local residents to plan ahead for house fires. In 2015, there were 963 residential structure fires reported in Alaska, resulting in 16 civilians deaths, 50 civilian injuries, 27 firefighter injuries, and nearly $32 million in property loss.