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A Fire in a complex is the last thing that you need. But when it is the adjoining property,  then there is a risk also. We go on about items stored in common property or outdoors with the risk. Here is a classic example of pressurised cans stored out doors in a shelving unit, Look what a fire did to a colour bond fence and the heat from a car fire and the impact on the units next door. This brings us to being aware of the risks associated with such items and how fast fire can expand. In this case the fire truck could not get access to the property, as there were items hindering fire fighters to put out the blaze.  Fire regulations and building codes are in place for a reason, to protect us from these event and to minimise the risk. This all boils down to basic communication within the building.

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