I'm not well versed in USA laws. Who will pay for the broken wall if firefighters decide to break the wall?But she's likely to die in the bedroom because she spends 99% of her time there. To get her to the sliding glass door they'd have to get her out of the bedroom first. They'd have to squeeeeeeeze her corpse through the bedroom door which they're not going to want to do and which probably isn't even possible. It's not just the width of her body, you have to take into account that they need several men to be on either side of her to lift. And if she's in rigor mortis that makes things exponentially more complicated.
I bet they have protocols and I bet those protocols are to chop a hole in the walls or to remove windows
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Can't they just tie rope to her two legs, attach it to a F150 hitch and tow her away thru sliding doors?Would they need to do all that, though? She's able to make it out of the house on her own, so she does fit through the door. Couldn't they just strap her to a board and tilt her upright and push her out that way?
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