Man on the street: What would you grab in a fire?

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“I would take my journal. I’d probably grab my scriptures and scrapbook or whatever pictures I could grab. I’d probably get some quilts that I’ve made … and I’d grab my computer or a flash drive or something.”

Katie Devenport

Elementary Education

Sophomore

Payson

 

 

 

 

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“I would probably grab my journal — because that can’t be replaced — my computer and my dog.”

Alyssa Sorensen

Math Education

Senior

Albuquerque, N.M.

 

 

 

 

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“I would grab my Social Security card, credit cards … I guess I’m not very sentimental.”

Stephanie Muncy

Athletic Training

Junior

Sacramento, Calif. 

 

 

 

 

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“I would probably get journals. I don’t even have that many journals, so it would be easy because it’s my mission journal and that’s it. I don’t have actual hard copies of pictures, so maybe my computer, because that has a lot of stuff on it.”

Jarom Randall

Geographic Information Systems

Alumnus 2012

Lehi

 

 

 

 

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“We actually had a house fire last year, or an apartment fire, I should say. We grabbed our computers and phones, and looking back I would do that again because it had all our pictures. (Electronics are) sort of the equivalent of important documents these days.”

Kimball Germane

Computer Science

Master’s Student

Orem

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