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?