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Telstra’s Telstra Communications has denied that it had failed to clear an outstanding 000 Telstra Firearm Lockers calls after a report from a customer.
The Telstra spokesman said the company “re-deployed all emergency crews to clear fires at a variety of locations”.
A customer, who did not want to be named, provided the story on social media using the Twitter handle @matthewwhalley and said he had called Telstra about a fire-related dispute at his home in Sydney.
He says Telstra told him they had found Telstra firelockers and he was told to go to the fire station but that his Telstra firelockers were not clear.
The Telstra spokesman said they had received a report of fire and fire lockers at multiple locations in Sydney and the company was “re-deploying all emergency crews to clear fires at a variety of locations”.
The spokesman added: “We are also aware that fire alarms for fires are also being activated.
“In response to this, we have asked our emergency crews to use their expertise in making fires clear in some of the locations identified in the report and they will be returning to the incident.
“Telstra Fire Response has also been asked to provide its own experts as part of its response to this incident.”
The customer said the fire alarm had been triggered after a fire-prone area of property was flooded, but he claimed the location was not a Telstra property.
He did not respond to calls to an emergency service number.
Mr Whalley tweeted at the start of the news day: “Fire extinguisher is being installed for my home in #Sydney #fire”
He tweeted: “I’m not sure it’s the right time to do the fire extinguisher but I just want you guys to know I’ve been in touch with Telstra abou더킹카지노t my issue.
“They said they’ve been working with the fire department to make sure the fire is extinguished, which means no fire alarm sounds.
“I’ve got a large fire safe on the balcony which is being installed in a locked garage but it’s a locked area. This is a Telstra pro바카라perty, Telstra is a telco, Telstra are not fire department.”
The incident has also been linked to a similar dispute involving Telstra’s fire extinguisher company, and in a similar way the customer alleges Telstra employees who did th