Comments for: Apartment fire triggered by clogged dryer vent leaves Bath residents homeless

Posted Jan. 17, 2012, at 2:20 p.m.
Last modified Jan. 17, 2012, at 6:15 p.m.

BATH | A dryer vent clogged with lint triggered a fire Monday night that has left the occupants of three apartments in Bath without a home. Bath Fire Chief Steve Hinds said one of the occupants, who called 911 before evacuating his neighbors from the building, “did everything right” …

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  • Anonymous

    Tragic. Most renters don’t carry insurance and its very reasonable.

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    • Anonymous

      It may be costly to replace but 8 years of drying you’ve probably got your monies worth out of it, versus going to the laundromat.

  • Anonymous

    Lint screens should be cleaned after each dryer use.  It’s not all that hard to do.  Glad the apartment owner is OK.

  • Anonymous

    here’s a 3 minute YouTube video with how-to tips at the end to help clean your dryer vents. 

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