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A shop about 50 miles from us had a pretty serious accident today (from what I've heard http://m.morganton.com/news/update-fire-destroys-longstanding-morganton-service-center/article_10681852-b225-11e4-a3ba-3ba4f96d61be.html?mode=jqm ).

Luckily it looks like there were no serious injuries but it made me curious about emergency preparedness - how do you guys handle it? Only three of us in our shop so we're always in communication anyway with plenty of exit paths. How does something like this play out insurance wise?

 

 

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