Tuesday, October 16, 2012

FIRE!!! What is your Emergency Plan for a Fire in Your Home?

 

Look at the pictures below. Recently I inspected a townhome that was inhabited by a family of 5. The three children were about 5, 3 and 1.5 years old. All bedrooms are upstairs in the two story townhouse. Across the street was a terrifying scene shown in the pictures below. A row of 5 townhouses exactly like the one I was inspecting. Obviously a horrific fire had devastated four of the units in the row of townhomes. Reports indicate a propane gas grill may have started the fire. As I looked at the family who lived in the home I was inspecting I wondered if they had a plan in case of a similar situation in their home. This first picture is the front of the complex.
Fire Photo 1
The photo below is of the rear of the complex.
Fire Photo 2
The next picture is a closeup of one of the units. This one appeared to be where the fire started.
Fire Photo 3
All families should have an emergency action plan in case of a disaster like this. Especially those with children in the home.

Thank you,
Richard Acree

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