Saturday, May 26, 2012

Suspicious house fire

Police are investigating a suspicious fire in Springfield.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20120527/THISJUSTIN/705279931

12 comments:

  1. A former JB&co customer5/27/12, 11:19 PM

    We all know that they set the fire. They were having finacial trouble, apparantly Jennifer had asked for a divorce 3 weeks ago and the business was failing. They sold off everything about a month ago for real cheap.
    When I was watching the fire, every person that came by said that this was suspicious. Their garage was burned to the ground about 2 years ago after the first time they were having finacial troubles. Was kinda funny that within a week they already had a newer, much bigger, shop built. Things that make you go hmmmmm

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    1. hOPE YOU NEVER ARE ON A JURY IN YOUR TOWN. THE INFORMATION YOU PUBLISHED ARE WORDS FROM SOMEONE WHO SURELY DOES NOT LIKE THESE FOLKS. THE INSURANCE CARRIER WOULD LOVE YOU-ANYTHING TO KEEP THEM FROM PAYING A CLAIM.

      SIR, YOU SCARE ME.

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    2. A former jbco customer5/30/12, 6:35 AM

      When you do the kind of work they do, I hope you are scared.

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  2. How can a fire be undetermined and suspicious at the same time?

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    1. there can be suspicious circumstances and a yet unknown cause.

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  3. Then the fire is classified as UNDETERMINED and remains under investigation. Fires are not suspicious events can be suspicious.

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  4. Fires can be suspicious and of an undetermined cause.

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  5. THE NATIONAL FIRE PROTECTION ASSOCIATION HAS NO SUCH CLASSIFICATION AS SUSPICIOUS IN A FIRE. IT MUST BE CALLED UNDETERMINED. IT CAN REMAIN UNDER INVESTIGATION.SORRY TO RAIN ON YOUR PARADE.

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    1. Sorry to rain on your parade. Nfpa is not an incident reporting.end user. The national.fire incident reporting system. Nfirs does have that classification. Nfpa is just that an association.

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  6. Can someone tell me where this house was on Skitchewaug Trail. I grew up in the house at the bottom of the valley over the creek from Maple Dell and am hoping this wasn't our old house.

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    1. It was right next to the interstate overpass. Across the street from the old quarry.

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  7. i think someone purposely set the fire just saying!!

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