More fallout following house fire
SOUTH FULTON, Tenn. - An area fire department felt the heat Thursday after a department policy allowed a home to burn to the ground.
Police said Cranick was upset firefighters weren't putting out the fire and attacked the chief. The South Fulton city manager said Wilds was treated and released and will recover just fine.
That's exactly what happened to the Cranicks Wednesday. It's a situation Edmison said isn't ideal but a necessity to keep fire departments operating.