reply to post by airspoon
I don't know man,
This article smells fishy to me, I consider myself a very comprehensive reader and judging from what the article actually says there is no evidence at
all that this woman had a dirty house aside from the testimony from the emergency personnel.
They don't even state what the call was over aside from calling it a..."Medical call"
Emergency crews were called to a home on Kitty Hawk Drive, near Roswell Road for a medical call
That could be anything...
Why would the Code enforcement officers need to enter the house to make their assessment if it was so filthy the....
Due to the unsanitary conditions inside the home, crews wore protective gear. Once outside, the emergency workers were decontaminated because of
Couldn't the Officers just take a quick look inside if the house was that disgustingly dirty?
And the only place where they mention any trash is when they reference the out side of the home, when it come to the inside they only say the words
Yet there are only two photos of trash outside the home...
A "Medical call" could be anything, there is very little evidence that the trash outside the home was "chest high" and the Code Enforcement
Officers were not even permitted to take a quick peek inside to see if the house was indeed in such an "unsanitary condition" that it required to be
Also 45 minutes to Dig her out? It could have possibly taken emergency responders that long to get the door open.
The "Protective gear" they had to wear could have been their standard issue medical gloves.
The "decontamination" the emergency guys had to do could mean they had to wash their hands.
This story is clearly written for people who don't understand what they are reading IMO.
This story does not add up to what it is trying to portray at all. It does not make sense.
I'd say the city had it out for this lady because she was an eyesore and made a big deal over nothing to get the house condemned.
That's just my 2 cents tho.
[edit on 24-6-2010 by Izarith]