Blaze leaves family homeless

Blaze leaves family homeless

There are 6 comments on the Manchester Journal story from Oct 11, 2012, titled Blaze leaves family homeless. In it, Manchester Journal reports that:

Two early morning fires totally destroyed a mobile home, owned by Kevin and Jessica Tobin, on Monday, Oct.

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Since: Feb 11

McHenry, MD

#1 Oct 13, 2012
Manchester Fire Chief Philip "Grub" Bourn said that the day before, an electrical fire was put out by a fire extinguisher and was not reported, which may have contributed to the start of the fire the following morning.

Yep, ya can't fix stupid....

“Get off my lawn!”

Since: Jun 11

People's Republic of VT

#2 Oct 13, 2012
"Grub"? You can't make this up.

Several trailers were damaged. Estimates place the damage at $8.32 or more.
Community Disorganizers

Newtown, CT

#4 Oct 15, 2012
Hopefully they have insurance and a new trailer rolls in before the Tobins get the boot from the Autumn Inn. Hopefully the new trailer comes with a smoke / CO detector; they have been proven more reliable than the family cat.

Since: Feb 11

McHenry, MD

#5 Oct 19, 2012
Community Disorganizers wrote:
Hopefully they have insurance and a new trailer rolls in before the Tobins get the boot from the Autumn Inn. Hopefully the new trailer comes with a smoke / CO detector; they have been proven more reliable than the family cat.
Insurance on a 20 year old mobile estate????? Ya right, and Santa
is alive and well and there really is a tooth fairy....

Since: Feb 11

McHenry, MD

#8 Oct 26, 2012
satan wrote:
do you believe??????????
In the destruction of Bennville, YES.....

Come on Sandy, finish the job Irene started....
Alex

Las Vegas, NV

#12 Oct 26, 2012
good idea wrote:
please zero in on ocean st salvo and finish the job... while you are at it take a good run at mchenry and cannonsburg... three strikes, your out... praying for lots of rain and wind...
All three good for 160mph winds and Canonsburg, McHenry are both
in areas that would require 100 feet of water to cause flooding....

But unlike your Mobile Estates and Tar Paper Condo's, ours are
insurable..... How many 175 Merc's do you strap to that Mobile Estate of yours to keep it from washing down the Branch?????
Go with the power props, those speed props won't do shit in the
currents you're going to encounter..... You might also wanna duc tape some old tires to the sides as bumpers to prevent damage from all of those floating pickup trucks.....

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