Fire Fighters refuse to put out House Fire: Because of Failure to pay a $75 County Fee…Posted: January 29, 2012
Public outcry is growing in the US at emergency services’ seeming policy of standing by while houses burn down and people drown, if services have not been previously paid for. A spate of real-life incidents has sparked concern over what kind of society America is becoming. The recent series of shocking accidents forced homeowners in one of the counties to watch as their houses and possessions burned to the ground. And the firefighters were right there watching, as well. All because the owners didn’t pay the US$75 “fire subscription fee”, known as the “pay for spray” charge. In the US, fire policy varies from state to state, and from county to county.
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