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Ok guy's here we go,I was playing around after work today,half asleep after a 12 hour shift.So I decided to try to set a scene at the new end of the town.The scene is called " save my pet please "So here go's.

Picture 1 Ladder 20 has areial work todo firefighter O'Leary trying his best to get muffy the cat,Dang ,she just out of reach...

Picture 2 Engine 215 arrives to assist.

Picture 3 Firefighter O'leary just about has her.

Picture 4 Looks like the job was a succsess.

Well I never said I was a writer.

Till then

Steve B

Great story Mike, never mind the writing, the pictures tell a thousand storys, if you look at any picture quickly you get an idea of what's going on, then if you take a second closer look an hour later more details spring to mind altering the story again.

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