Whenever by reason of any correctional facility, or any building contiguous to such
facility, being on fire, there shall be reason to apprehend that the inmates may be
injured or endangered by such fire, or may escape, it shall be the duty of the superintendent
of such facility to remove such inmates to some safe and convenient place, and there
confine them until the necessity of such removal shall have ceased.
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