Probably need a doctor/fireman to help with this one.
I know if your house catches on fire you're more likely to die from smoke inhalation than the actual fire.
How long would it take to recover from smoke inhalation?
I'm guessing your throat and lungs would burn, but the rest of you wouldn't burn unless you came into contact with the flames, right?
I know I can Google this (and I already have done a wee bit) but, how long does it take for someone to pass out from smoke inhalation?
I'm not sure where the fire's going to be yet (or if I'm definitely going to go with a fire), but if a detached house was on fire, the neighbouring houses would be kinda safe, would they?
I might burn a hotel down. You know, I had to take several fire safety tests when I worked in a hotel and now I can't remember a damn thing.
One more question, as a reader would you rather read a house fire or a hotel fire? Hotel's way more dramatic, I think.