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If everyone could just keep them in there prayers, its giong to be a rough time for them since they prety much lost everything. He says its not a 100% loss, because some of the first floor didnt burn, but it has thousands of gallons of water damage from putting out the fire. Hopefully they can get some pictures and belongings out. Im going \to try to go take some pictures of it today at lunch.
Here is the email we got from him last night.
Had a fire at the house tonight. Heating and Air Contractor screwed up something with the furnace that leaked Freon into the ducts and it ignited. House is pretty much destroyed but not totaled. Everyone is fine except one of our cats which sucks and Val is pretty broken up about it. I damn near died trying to find the little guy. Fireman brought him out but it was too late and the vet could not save him.
I will be dealing with this monumental hassle over the coming weeks and will obviously be a bit distracted so I am going to be leaning on everyone a little bit. I'll try and swing by tomorrow but if you could give everyone the heads up it would be appreciated.
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Dad lost his house a few years ago. 100% loss. Cause was a leaky gas pipe to the furnace. Fuckin house burned for 8 hours before anyone called the fire department????? Insurance paid for the house x2. Good thing Dad only works a night shift, he was out of the house during the fire. But I can relate real well to that family. It's going to be a very stressfull time for the next few months while insurance auditors come in and go through all ur stuff taking inventory. Good thing, at least, that it wasn't a "natural" event, that it was someone's actual fault. Should be easier, insurance wise.
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