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I was reading a book when I looked up. There in the window, I saw a cloud of smoke rising. I was studying on the first floor of my house when I saw this. I immediately rushed to see where the smoke was coming from. I looked down. To my horror, I realized that there was a fire in my lawn. At once I called the fire brigade and shouted to raise an alarm in the house to alert my family members. My parents and I ran out to take hold of the situation to see the extent of damage the fire had done. Fortunately, only one part of the hedge in the lawn was burning and the fire had not spread out over the entire area. We tried to put the fire out by dousing it with buckets of water and sand. Soon the fire brigade also arrived and the firemen took over the task of stopping the fire. We were fortunate that I saw the cloud of smoke at a good time or else the whole of our beautiful green garden would have burned down and gotten reduced to ashes. On doing a proper search, the firemen revealed the cause of the fire to be a burning cigarette left by the careless gardener near the hedges.


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