In firefighting the policy of two-in, two-out mandates that firefighters never go into a dangerous situation in a fire or rescue incident alone. There should always be (at least) two firefighters together when they enter a location and one of them cannot come out of the situation or building unless both do.
The policy also refers to a safety system to protect firefighters, where two or more firefighters enter a building and at least two more remain outside, ready to help in case of emergency.
This is a system that we need to adapt an create our own unique buddy system that will force banks, mortgage lenders, creditors and decision makers not only listen to us but act properly together with us.
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Posting some pictures from my wife’s home design portfolio.