Comments for: Fire departments respond to improperly capped chimney hole in Rumford apartment

Posted Oct. 11, 2012, at 6:38 a.m.

RUMFORD | Blistering paint on a hot wall in a Falmouth Street apartment led firefighters to find a hole in a chimney on the first floor Wednesday morning. Rumford and Mexico responded to the 911 call, Rumford fire Chief Bob Chase said, and opened up the wall to see …

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  • Anonymous

    Lucky someone didn’t get carbon monoxide  poisoning. Slum lord at it’s finest. Rake in all the money and the heck with the tenants. How can these people sleep at night?

    • Stanley MacArthur

      Sometimes even a good landlord might make the mistake of hiring a general contractor for a specialized job.

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