While on an EMS call on Madison the other day, I happen to notice that the house we were in had an attached garage. I also noticed that there was no way to get into the garage from the interior of the house. I thought this would pose an interesting situation if we had a garage fire and made our initial attack from the interior of the house, only to find a wall. Apparently, many of the houses in the Starling area are built this way. Just thought I would throw that out there as a reminder that we can't approach every garage fire the same. Love u. Stay Safe.
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