Published at Saturday, April 28th, 2018 - 02:17:35 AM. . By Ester Shaffer.
Oak has been mythologically and historically popular. Long before oak interior doors became a fashion stamp, oak tree has been considered the tree of doors according to Celtic mythology. There have also been individual oak trees that are historically important. One example is the Royal Oak where King Charles II of England had hidden in the 17th century during the Battle of Worcester.
The police and fire departments thought the door was a painted wooden one and attempted to break their way in. Upon realising it was a steel door security, they sent for additional assistance. After almost an hour using two determined workers with special tools the rescue team pried the steel framework apart enough to disengage the locks on this 30 year old steel door. The high security steel doors had done their job!
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