What's the first thing you'd save during a fire emergency.

Philippines
September 10, 2008 7:06pm CST
realistically i think it will be myself and my phone since it is always with me..then my family....we will go out at the same if possible...i will not go out without them... wht about you?
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@enavnai13 (509)
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
same with you, they are definitely the first on my list... nothing is more important than my family.. especially we have a small kid.. she has a future ahead of her.. those material things can be found anywhere.. if you lost it, you can just replace it.. but when you lost your family, you can never get another one... that's how important they are...
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
i totally agree with you.. tnks
• United States
11 Sep 08
You get your phone before your family?? Thats a bit odd but id say my family which is most important everything else can be rebought so my family would ahve to go frist.
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• Philippines
11 Sep 08
not that it just so happened that my phone is always in my pocket so it is understandble that if i will be save so as my phone...heheheh
• United States
11 Sep 08
Well, my Ipod goes everywhere with me, lol, so it's no surprise if that's the first thing I grab. That sounds kind of sad when I think about it, but I know my reflexes. We have a fish and a bird in the living room so I'd make sure to grab them. This also includes our three dogs. I know my family well enough to know that the pets are the first things on our minds in case of an emergency.
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• Philippines
11 Sep 08
same goes for my phone so if my phone is not save well that could be the same thing for me lols..seems like most of mylotters are pet friendly huh... thnks
• Philippines
11 Sep 08
Well, I would save my family first, my wallet and phone and then a small bag that we have which has all our important stuff which is in a secure location and is easily accessible by us in case of emergencies like a fire.
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• Philippines
11 Sep 08
wow one emergency bag sound really great!!! that is a very clever idea.. thnks migs
@o2bnocn (2895)
• United States
11 Sep 08
I actually had a fire at my house a long time ago. It wasn't as bad as it sounds, just stressful. The grill caught on fire and hit the side of the house. I was in my room and all I heard was call 911. I immediately came out of my room to see what was going on. Once I saw or heard what was going on all I could think of was "get kierra" she is my sister, and go outside. So I grabbed her or saw where she was and I ran outside. It happens so fast you can't even remember what happened. I say I grabbed her or saw where she was because I honestly don't remember where she was. I just remmeber waiting outside forever with no shoes on, and just pants and a t-shirt. It was cold out then so I was cold. Thankfully it didn't do much damage. Our insurance covered everything and we got the house back to normal within a couple of days. If it was to happen again I would just make sure that my family was out of the house and get out. Last time I couldn't get my cat and I was worried about him the whole time it was going on. He was fine and still is.
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• Philippines
11 Sep 08
whoa that is indeed stressful and fearful to experience...thnk God you two are safe and teh cat as well.. thnks
@MissGia (955)
• United States
11 Sep 08
My two dogs i wouldn't leave them to die in the fire. I'd leash them up as quick as possible and get them out. I love my doggies :)
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• Philippines
11 Sep 08
wow that was sweet...well with out dog they could be out there waiting for us to come out lols..they are all fast..but hey maybe they will search for us too...we are all close to our dogs.. thnx tha was really sweet