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06/30/2011

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E Gandy

I called the fire department because I saw grey smoke coming from a light in the hallway outside my apartment it was an insence stick and got called a B* and the resident who did it was mad at me but smoke is smoke did I do wrong???

plumbing

Be aware that if a fire threatens your home, you should not place the call to emergency services from inside the home. It is better to get out and place the call to fire authorities from a safe location outside the home.

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