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Monday, November 21, 2016

Fire Units From 2 Counties Dispatched For False Fire Alarm In Turtlepoint

At 7:57 PM on Monday, I went to the kitchen for a sandwich and while I was there, Fire Departments from 2 counties were dispatched to a residential fire alarm on 114 Plunkett Hollow in Annin Township, McKean County.
Recalled by Chief 3.

8 comments :

Anonymous said...

What kind of sandwich did you have?

Solomon's words for the wise said...

It was roast beef and thin sliced cheese on bread with mayo and laced with about a half dozen slices of halipeno peppers I preserved from our garden pots. It was really tasty, despite the fact that I had to post about the fire alarm that brought out firefighters from 2 counties in this terrible weather. The firefighters were dispatched to the same address in September 2015 as well. I feel bad for the firefighters who had to leave their dinner to answer the false alarm. I hope everyone appreciates what these firefighters do for the people. We certainly love them!!

Anonymous said...

Sounds like lunch, not dinner. But, whatever suits you!

That sandwich does sound delicious btw. Keep up the good work and good eatin!

Anonymous said...

Sounds delish! Yes, thank you first responders!!! You are appreciated!!!!

Anonymous said...

Whats a 'halipeno'?

Solomon's words for the wise said...

It's a misspelled jalapeno.

Anonymous said...

The only thing burning in this story must have been your stomach, 'half dozen jalapenos'?? God bless you, wish I could do that.

Anonymous said...

The gentleman has an automatic fire alarm. If he forgets to change the batteries, or forgets a pot on the stove, it automatically contacts the 911 center. Just be glad that Pennsylvania didn't mandate it for all new homes!