Ponte Vedra (FL) resident called 911 three times to report smoke

Griffin, who lives in the building behind the condo that was on fire, said she was simply doing what was right.  “I would do it again in a minute. I didn’t really accomplish anything except for calling their (fire department’s) attention to it,” she said. “If they had listened to me [on the first call], I could’ve saved that building from burning down at all.”     Read the article……………….


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