Yeah, but would fire alarms necessarily prevent this?
I mean, a fire on the South Side would require ugh getting a truck down Carson Street and if it’s on a Friday night or a weekend or a holiday well dang let’s just stay home because parking is a pain in the ass down there, guys.
Except, I doubt that people go and check if their smoke alarm is actually working. I’m guessing that many of those people killed in fires actually believe that they have a working smoke alarm, but don’t. Which reminds me, time to change the batteries in my smoke alarms. And the filter in my furnace.
Having lived in Pittsburgh, I can verify that this is true.
I live in the third-biggest city in the state of Michigan - however, Warren isn’t listed. Neither is the state capitol, Lansing. But Taylor is - really?
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