Yes, because they have before and I have double front doors. Only problem might be with Hunter is all. He's pretty possessive .
If an ambulance came to get you will they be able to get through the front door? the living room? and to your bedroom EASILY?
Yes, they can. I have double French doors out on to my front porch. I have a cousin who for a living picked up the deceased for the county coroner. He couldn't go anywhere without automatically looking for the access route out of the building or house. He stated that my house was easily accessible.
There may be some difficulty getting my big arse out of there.
Well, if they were to come today, they would have to step over piles of laundry that I'm sorting. Sorted before work, going to wash when I get home.
There are stairs to get to my apartment, but it's accessible from the outside and my bedroom is a straight shot from the front door, so it shoudln't be hard.
Nope ... No way could an ambulance fit through my front door ... Let alone have room to turn in the living room, drive down the hall, and then turn and enter my bedroom. My house was built for people, not vehicles.
Yes, they could get to me. When you enter through the front door, my bedroom is on the right. In fact I had to call an ambulance a couple of years ago, to get me to the hospital.
Yes, but the last time they came for me I was outside already so I made it easier for them.
Building codes require a main access door, usually the front door to be 36" which is wide enough for a gurney to get through. The master bedroom is downstairs so there is no issue there. If someone needs to leave upstairs by a gurney, they are in for a heck of a ride. My stairs go up to a catwalk at which point you need to make a 90 degree turn in either direction to get to the bedrooms, and the catwalk is only 3 ft. Wide. To make the turn the gurney is going to have to swing out over the rails.
They would have to break a window and come in that way to "unsecure" my front door. It's almost impenetrable.