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Old Sep 22, 2014, 12:56am   #15
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Originally Posted by darryl View Post
If it was a smoke/ Carbon Monoxide detector, then it may be worth them barreling on in. At least if it was CO that was setting it off. Then again if it was of any danger to you, your CO detector would go off.
eh, i assume they're required to check for themselves. "oh yeah this guy we met said it was cool and we could all go back to the station and finishing watching americas craziest tattoo fiascos" probably isn't going to hold much water if half the city burns down.

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Reminds me of the time I had the fire department almost break down my door, I happened to open it just in time. Apparently my water heater broke and was leaking into my downstairs neighbor's apartment. It told him to contact my insurance company and they would take care of everything. He never contacted them, so yay, my rates didn't go up.
your boiler was leaking and rather than contact you, he rang the fire department? the fuck does that work? apart from anything else, surely it should be the police doing it, and even then, accidental damage to property doesn't give them the right to break into someone's home.

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