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MOVING SALE EVERYTHING MUST GO RAIN OR SHINE- LOTS OF HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AND FURNITURE FOR SALE July 9, 10, 11- We will follow the CDC recommendations for safe distancing. Please do not attend if you are sick. Masks are recommended 68 Watson Farm Road Austin pa 16720 8:30 am to 5:30 pm Follow the signs from the intersection of Rt 6 and Rt 872

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Friday, January 15, 2016

Mom Treated For Smoke Inhalation; Kids Not Hurt In $250,000 Port Allegany House Fire


Anonymous said...

I feel very bad for this family, and I thank the good Lord that everyone is safe and sound.

I hope this family had homeowner's/fire insurance or renter's insurance (it is really not that much to purchase a policy, especially for the dollar amount it covers for the structure and all the contents. (It is definitely worth the cost to have it!). It is bad enough to lose all your personal belongings, but not to be able to replace it is heart-breaking.

Thoughts / prayers to the family.

Great job to all the emergency personnel who helped!

Anonymous said...

Hey lets use a tragedy to pitch insurance sales. And actually once you add this insurance policy to all the other insurance policies (car, health, etc.) it adds up.

Over half of our entire income goes to taxes and insurance.

Anonymous said...

Check Your dryer vent hose and remove the lint.
My friend in Idaho's house burned down because
they had never removed and checked the vent hose
for lint.

Anonymous said...

REPLY TO 11:44..

I am not making an insurance sales pitch.

You pointed out how the cost of insurance policies add up. Yes, your are absolutely correct, but really think about this from a different viewpoint.

If your car is in an accident, how are you going to get it fixed if you don't have full coverage on it? How are you going to get to and from work?

If you, or (God Forbid!!) your child suddenly passes away, how are you going to pay for those expenses?

If your house has a water pipe bust and it floods your house, how are you going to pay for it?

If a storm causes a tree to fall on your house and causes severe damage, how are you going to pay for those repairs?

If you, your spouse, or your child ends up in an accident and are hospitalized, how are you going to pay the medical bills? What if you need therapy? Meds? Doctor's visits?

Maybe I have a different outlook than you and others.

But I can tell you that as I raised two children on my own, I wanted to be prepared for unforeseen situations. It wasn't easy, but it IS possible. It took a lot of hard work, sacrificing, and strict budgeting, but I always felt (and still do) that the BENEFITS of having insurance definitely outweighs the COST..

Wasn't a hard decision either, because I asked myself the same questions that I asked you.