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Fire spares couple’s apartment while awaiting birth at hospital

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While firefighters battled a fast-moving fire in an apartment house at 79 Ballston Ave., one of the residents was giving birth to a baby girl at Saratoga Hospital. Ryan Pierce, 27, and Sarah Attanasio, 26, lived in one of the four apartments in the converted house at the corner of Ballston Avenue and South Street. Their daughter, Adelynn, was born at the hospital Thursday night, not long after they were informed the building was on ...


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bostonredsoxfan
February 23, 2013
8:12 a.m.

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What is it with landlords who don't have insurance on their buildings? How is that allowed? Renters should have their own insurance for belongings, but landlords should not be able to rent apartments in uninsured buildings.

justapto
February 23, 2013
5:14 p.m.

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Monaco said the house was 'insured' They are now working on rebuilding. I have a leasse with all my tenants that require them to have renters insurance on their belongings. The only insurance a land lord can get is on the building, their possessions and against bank leins. No land lord is responsible for any personal property of the tenant. All banks reqire a fire policy to pay back the loan balance if tradegy happens.
Read Slooooowly next time!

Ellenburg
February 23, 2013
8:11 p.m.

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To what or whom did the fire give birth after the hospital wait?

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