Well today this morning, ambulance, fire truck and four cop cars, a fire chief and two morticians showed up my neighbor's house across the street. Such commotion going on , saw the ambulance backed up, fire truck arrived whiile the lady was visiably upset. I was sitting in my chair looking out my big window seeing all of it unfolded. I do not know WHY so many cops and many fire fighters on the site. First run by ambulance personnel and firemen entering the house, less than a minute, they went outside gagging and sweating bullets, one fireman puked and resigned himself into the fire truck, sicker than a dog. Then some of the strong stomached firemen entered the house with masks and kleenex suits. Less than five minutes, they whipped the suits off. They gathered around to talk about everything and made alot of calls on their cell phones. Four city police cars showed up, gathered around again and talked some more. Police interviewed all people around the property. Close friends stopped by, to comfort the mom who found her dead son's body, kept the dog at a distance (the dog has fleas and stink high heaven), then the coroner arrived, entered the house, less than 20 seconds, he backed out of the house and gathered up everyone at the rescue personnel. Everyone got the hazmat suits on, rubber boots, masks, covered head to toe. Entered the house, within ten minutes or so, a body, pretty bloated, and bruised yellow on the backboard and they covered the body up. I wished I had not seen the body but I was curious to see whats going on. However I did not expect to see a dead body, never saw one, let alone on TV which they don't show much but this takes the cake! I thought bodies would turn white or grey when dead, not yellow. The guy was nice, morbily obese of 300 lbs, tons of health problems of diabetes, heart problems, hip and knee problems that he was bedridden in the past year that we last saw him. He never show his face, ever since then and we thought he was in jail (because of his past history of drug dealings). They hauled him away, the cops chatted awhile and the city guy came up and chat with them. The whole ordeal of a circus lasted about three hours. Two hours later, the city guy came up and posted a neon yellow sign in the door. I can not make out what it is but it is not good. The maillady said when she delivers the mail, she could smell strong stench of cat and dog urine and poop on the floor, she also saw tons of garbage and boxes all the way up to the ceiling. It was HOT today over 90 degrees. They have one cocker spaniel, pitiful looking, never been groomed or taken out to relief himself. Matted as well. I don't see any cats but my neighbor next to me said they used to have six to eight cats. The ciity has been after them for trash, unsafe condition, rodents, etc. and the roof was in such bad shape that the city told them if they don't get it fixed, they will evict them. Well some organization stepped in for low income, tore the roof off and made it worthwhile. That was last year. Now the house may not be habitable anymore if that is what the signs says. Hubby will go over there and find out for sure if it is it or manatory to bring the house back to standard. If the firemen and medical personnel look sick, gagging and refusing to go in the house, then it has to be that bad. I would not be surprised if the house is unfit for habitat and it will be slated for demoliation by they city. After all, the house is owned by the hospital because of the past owe dues that their mother died and they could not pay for her hospitalization so the hospital put a lien on it. I am waiting to see what happens. All is left is the mother.....and her dog. So seeing the guy's body, it was troublesome in my mind, it burns in my head in what I saw. I must have lead a very sheltered life. Poor guy!