STEVE： Did you smell something out here？
SUE： Yes， I was in the kitchen. I thought I could smell smoke.
STEVE： Me too. Where is it coming from？
SUE： I can't see anything. Wait！ What's that over there？
STEVE： It's smoke. Whose house is that？
SUE： That's the Riley's house. They're on vacation.
STEVE： It doesn't really look like it's coming from their house.
It's coming from the back. Is it a barbecue？
SUE： No way. They have a tool shed back there.
It's a fire. I'm going in to call the fire department.
STEVE： Wait. I have my cell phone. I'll dial 911.
Yes， please connect me to the fire department.
VOICEOVER： Fire department. Can I help you？
STEVE： Yes， I want to report a fire.
VOICEOVER： Where are you， sir？
STEVE： I'm at 904 Lincoln Drive. I think there's a fire in one of my neighbor's houses.
VOICEOVER： 904 Lincoln Drive？
VOICEOVER： Can you see any flames？
STEVE： No， I can't see flames yet.
But there is smoke pouring out of the back of the house.
VOICEOVER： Alright. We'll get someone there right away.
STEVE： There's someone coming.
SUE： It took them four minutes to get here. That was pretty fast.
STEVE： Yes， it's fast. But four minutes is enough to do fifty thousand dollars damage.
SUE： I guess the fire wasn't in the tool shed after all.
It looks like the back of the house was burning.
STEVE： I wonder if anyone can call the Rileys about this. Do you know them well？
SUE： Not really.
STEVE： Do you know where they're vacationing？
SUE： I think they went to Mexico， but I'm not sure.
It's a bad thing to return home to.
They'll come home from their trip， and they'll see half their house burned.
STEVE： Yes， but at least this way no one gets hurt.
It's better to have a fire in your house when you're not home. Don't you think？
SUE： Yes， I suppose. It's a dangerous thing if a fire starts when people are sleeping.
史提夫：我在林肯路 904 号，我邻居的房子失火了。
接线生：林肯路 904 号吗？