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BlueThunder wrote: Although I doubt the story she's telling is true, it's still entirely possible that she could have been delirious from working a 15 or however many hours shift and didn't realize exactly where she was. I saw my dad so drunk a couple of times he drove right past our house and parked down the street. Watched him get out of the car and after a couple of moments realize "oh shit, this is not where I live".
Just curious, did every apartment unit operate on the same key.
She claims the door was cracked open. Another thing that makes no sense. His family says he would never do that. Also, he had a huge welcome mat that was very distinctive in front of his apt. that someone couldn't have not noticed. Clearly, in almost any impaired state, you'd have to know this wasn't your apt.
And even if the guy's family says he'd never leave the door cracked open, that doesn't necessarily mean he didn't forget on this particular occasion.
Regardless of what actually happend, the whole thing is just sad and unfortunate.
I stretch to 16 hrs as an RN at times, from 6:45 to 11 pm and come back the next day for another 12. I've never gone to the wrong house coming home.