Saturday, August 22, 2015

Senior housing fire sends two to hospital

An early-morning fire at the Huber Building in downtown Springfield sent two residents of the senior housing project to the hospital, and caused $500,000 in damage.
http://www.rutlandherald.com/article/20150822/NEWS02/708229923

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  1. she's on oxygen and smokes-dug

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    1. addiction is addiction…is addiction. No matter if you're 18 or 78.

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  2. she's on oxygen and smokes-duh

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  3. That should be an absolute condition of living in taxpayer subsidized housing...absolutely no smoking! Even if a smoker doesn't burn their place up, the extra cleaning costs associated with smokers is more than I want to pay. In this case, of course, one way or another you and I will be paying for the cost of repairing the damage caused by this woman's stupidity.

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  4. I agree. All subsidized housing should be smoke free, and this woman was just plain ignorant to be doing what she was doing!

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