I don't know what Havoc did to the firemen when they came through the door. I was dong CPR on my husband and didn't see. When I heard them, one of the firemen was behind his oxygen tank and the Chief was yelling "Get him outside!" which I couldn't do because that's where my husband was. His heart stopped while he was hosing out a cooler.
I had no problem grabbing Havoc and removing him. He seemed relieved. I put Havoc upstairs and didn't hear a peep out of him for the 45 minutes that it took to get my husband's heart beating again. He was fine with being confined. Now he's not reactive to firemen or paramedics at all. I think the whole experience was bizarre for him.
I was aware that Havoc was loose but CPR and 911 were far more pressing concerns.