The Truth About Firefighting In Obion County

By | December 8, 2011

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  1. Max

    I don’t understand the problem. Are they implying that when a house fire is called in, someone checks the address first to verify payment status before a decision to respond is made, wasting life-saving minutes? That is dumb.

    Seems to me that residences that refuse to pay should get the same emergent service, and should be billed at a much higher rate afterwards.

    Why this isn’t happening unnecessarily places human lives at risk.