Here’s the story. Recently a fire sparks atCranick's home in Obion County, Tenn. In the rural Obion County, all of the homeowners have to pay $75 annually for the fire protection services, but Cranick hadn’t paid it yet. Last week, when Cranick’s house caught in fire and he couldn’t contain the blaze by using the garden hose and so he called 911 for assistance. Cranick said that he will pay all the expenses that are related to the Fire Department’s defense of his home, but the South Fulton firefighters refuse to do anything.
The firefighter thus came out after Cranick’s neighbor –who already paid the fee—call 911 worrying the fire might spread. But as the firefighters have arrived at the place, they just stood by and watched Cranick’s home burn down to ashes. They do the action when the fire started to spread on the nearby houses.
This incident sparks a debate in the Web. Photos taken during the incident and video of the related report were uploaded above.