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I agree with Rob that it is better to wait and see. However the fire started, there were smoke alarms in the house. As we all know these alarms go off at the very smallest amount of smoke or heat and would wake anyone up under normal circumstances. If that is the case all of the kids would have been able to get out. Problem with that is, if the kids were sleeping heavily due to being intoxicated the night before they may not have been awakened by the alarm and all the other kids screaming. I think they will find that most if not all of the deceased were overcome by smoke before they even knew there was a fire. I hope this reminds people to purchase rope fire ladders for escaping second/third floor windows as well and make sure everyone knows where they are when they sleep there. Very, sad. I am sorry for the families.

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