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Fire News

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Introduction

Maudie Atkinson's House Engulfed with Flames A sudden breakout of fire at Maudie Atkinson's house causes pandemonium between Maycomb Residents as they scurry to help. ____________________ By Jeremy Atticus Finch DURING the chilly night, after a whole day of light snowing, Miss Maudie Atkinson's house bursts into flames from the fire started at her dining room. This incident alarms the neighbourhood as they scurry to help by moving the furniture out of Miss Maudie's house. Plumes of black smoke were seen billowing out of the dining room. ...read more.

Middle

The inefficient Maycomb fire truck was pushed from town by a group of men and it inaugurated to put out the fire. There was another incident which happened before the burning of the whole house. Mr. Avery, one of the Maycomb residents, was upstairs in the house, throwing a mattress and other furniture out of the window onto the street. Suddenly, the stairs caught fire and he began climbing out of the window. Haplessly, he was stuck there which dumbfounded many. ...read more.

Conclusion

Very soon later, Miss Maudie's house collapsed with a gush of fire. It was already morning when everyone began to leave. When she was in a better mood, Miss Maudie Atkinson said, 'Only thing I worried about last night was all the danger and commotion it caused. This whole neighbourhood could have gotten up. Mr Avery'll be in bed for a week - he's right stove up. He's too old to do things like that and I told him so.' Brave-hearted and perseverant Miss Maudie has more care and concern to the society rather than herself. ...read more.

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