The AP Fire Department was busy Friday evening when an unidentified drunk man began throwing bottles at the fire fighter's outside of the station house. Seeming to take offense at their very existence he shouted several expletives before being chased off. Though police were called officers were unavailable to make it to the scene before the squad was called out to a fire only a block away from the station.
According to reports and CCTV evidence upon leaving the fire station the irate and drunken despot turned his rage on the Asphyxiation Point Theater where all of the submissions for the AP Times photo contest were doused in gasoline and lit on fire despite the presence of patrons inside. For the second time in as many months the arson was able to escape without being caught though CCTV footage salvaged from the fire has produced an image of the suspect.
While several people were seen fleeing the burning building, one brave local nurse, identified as Derrik Amacin was seen running into the building. Despite the danger Nurse Amacin managed to locate a downed and unconscious woman and carry her out to safety. upon exiting the burning building Amacin was greeted by the sight of APFD's chief Kendall Eiren as well as EMT's Terra hart and Talon Silver. Both Amacin and the unconscious woman he rescued, identified as " Amaya" and reported to be pregnant , were taken to Asphyxiation Point Hospital. Amacin was treated for smoke inhalation and later released though " Amaya" who reportedly received second and third degree burns was rushed into surgery.
A brief interview with Chief Kendall Eiren of the APFD confirmed that the fire was indeed arson as well as that the arsonist is the very same man as was involved in last month's gas station fire. That fire also included a female victim, leading the police to believe that the man pictured above not only has a penchant for fires but issues with women as well and may potentially be impotent. That theory is only further backed by the graffiti left at the scene that read " Fire Bitches!" Police ask that if anyone spots the man pictured above that you do NOT approach him. Instead please call 911 and get yourself to safety. He is considered armed and dangerous.
* As of press time Amaya's condition has not been released to the public., though those of us at the AP Times are keeping both her and her unborn child in our thoughts and prayers.