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To Kill a Mockingbird Newspaper Article

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To Kill a Mockingbird News Article

The Maycomb Dayhome The Maycomb Dayhome Freezing Weather Condition Met With Raging Fire Freezing Weather Condition Met With Raging Fire Residents of Maycomb County were warmed up on the cold night of December, with a burning home fire. Residents of Maycomb County were heated up on the cold night of December, with a burning house fire. By: Vivian Huynh-Staff Reporter Released on: December 15, 1935 By: Vivian Huynh-Staff Press Reporter Released on: December 15, 1935 MAYCOMB-Yesterday on the coldest night in Maycomb county, citizens awoke to the house fire of Miss.

. Maudie Atkinson, which is believed to have been caused by a flue in the kitchen area. Neighbours and fireman attempted in vain, to salvage the currently crumbling house. Maycomb’s fire truck needed to be pushed to the fire, only to prove useless as the hose popped when connected with the hydrant. When a fire engine from Abbotsford lastly showed up, it was able to extinguish the flames of a neighboring home that had actually caught the fire, nevertheless, Atkinson’s house was destroyed beyond repair by then. Another fire truck, travelled sixty miles from Clark’s Ferry however was not beneficial as there was only one hydrant which was already inhabited.

Fortunately, the only losses resulting from the fire were individual possessions and not any lives. However, a man named Mr. Avery was injured while helping Atkinson retrieve some belongings before the home collapsed. Avery got stuck in MAYCOMB-Yesterday on the coldest night in Maycomb county, homeowners awoke to your home fire of Miss. Maudie Atkinson, which is believed to have been triggered by a flue in the cooking area. Neighbours and fireman tried fruitless, to restore the already collapsing home. Maycomb’s fire truck needed to be pressed to the fire, just to prove ineffective as the hose pipe popped when connected ith the hydrant. When a fire engine from Abbotsford lastly arrived, it was able to extinguish the flames of a nearby house that had captured the fire, however, Atkinson’s house was demolished beyond repair work by then. Another fire truck, travelled sixty miles from Clark’s Ferry however was not helpful as there was just one hydrant which was currently occupied. Fortunately, the only losses arising from the fire were personal possessions and not any lives. Nevertheless, a man called Mr. Avery was hurt while helping Atkinson recover some belongings before the home collapsed.

Avery got stuck in Fire trucks arrive to put out the damaging fire. Fire engine show up to put out the destructive fire. the second story window which he soon fell from. He is expected to make a full recovery within the week. Through all this tragedy and loss, Ms. Maudie Atkinson remains favorable and optimistic. “I’ll have more backyard area now,” she reasons, “I’ll have the finest yard in Alabama!” As tragic as your house fire was, it did bring the citizens of Maycomb more detailed, as they collaborated to lessen the fire and comfort one he 2nd story window which he soon fell from. He is expected to make a complete recovery within the week. Through all this catastrophe and loss, Ms. Maudie Atkinson stays positive and positive. “I’ll have more lawn space now,” she reasons, “I’ll have the finest yard in Alabama!” As terrible as your house fire was, it did bring the residents of Maycomb closer, as they collaborated to reduce the fire and comfort one Fire engine arrive to put out this unforeseen and unfortunate home fire. Fire engine get here to put out this unexpected and unfortunate home fire. nother. “Here in Maycomb we’re more than neighbours, we’re a household, if one of us is hurtin’ we’re all hurtin’, it’s what makes us such a great neighborhood,” discusses neighbour, Atticus Finch. In this scary situation, these neighbours showed the qualities of a real Samaritan! another. “Here in Maycomb we’re more than neighbours, we’re a household, if among us is hurtin’ we’re all hurtin’, it’s what makes us such a terrific neighborhood,” describes neighbour, Atticus Finch. In this frightening scenario, these neighbours demonstrated the qualities of a true Samaritan!

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