Which is more likely to cause problems: the metal flashing or the water?

Posted November 08, 2018 05:24:10Which is more dangerous?

The metal flashing, or the little water?

That’s the question that came up in the aftermath of a serious fire in the city of Cairns last week.

A fire broke out in a residential area of the city on Monday morning.

The fire quickly spread and eventually forced the evacuation of more than 50 homes.

The city’s emergency services were unable to get to the fire due to poor communications.

It was only after firefighters managed to get back to the scene that they were able to extinguish the fire.

Fire crews were sent to the house at around 8:00am.

“I heard the fire alarm go off and I could see that the fire was out,” resident Sue Tindall said.

There was a big fire at the home and it was just a matter of time before the fire went out, she said.

“It was really close to the water line and there was no water.”

Ms Tindalls family had no idea what was going on, but when she returned home she realised the water had leaked out of the basement.

Her neighbour told her the water was running through the house, she was shocked, and worried for her family.

Ms Fennell said she was concerned for the safety of her family as she had not been to the area in several years.

Cairns Fire Chief Steve Cairnes said he was shocked to learn the water leaked out from under the house.

“I was shocked because it wasn’t a leak of water,” he said.

“I’ve never seen anything like that.

This is a really dangerous situation, and it’s something that we need to work on.”

“It’s a huge tragedy for our community, for our city, and for the region.”

But the Fire Services Authority (FSA) has warned the region is not in a position to put out a serious water leak.

As a result, it said it would not recommend any specific action be taken against anyone.

But there are signs the region needs to take some responsibility for water safety.

An incident last month caused a massive spill of water from a dam that sits on the Darling River.

While it is still under investigation, there have been several major fires around the region.

In June, a fire broke loose on a dam in the south of the region, destroying a house and a neighbouring dairy farm.

A fire that destroyed a house in the Cairnlands in September caused a major spill of about 50,000 litres of water into the city’s waterways.

Despite this, Ms Fennells son said he hoped the region would be prepared to take on a responsibility for the water crisis.

“We are going to be really concerned and we will be talking to everybody, but it’s not our job to fix everything,” he told News24.

We don’t have to fix the problem, we have to take care of our people and we have the responsibility to deal with it,” he added.

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