Smell of gas brings fire, EMS response to Avalon Shelton

Shelton fire personnel at the scene of a reported gas smell at the Shelton Avalon apartments on Canal Street.

Shelton fire personnel at the scene of a reported gas smell at the Shelton Avalon apartments on Canal Street.

Shelton firefighters responded to a call involving an odor of gas inside a unit at the Shelton Avalon apartments on Canal Street on Thursday night. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

Multiple fire vehicles and at least one ambulance went to the downtown structure so personnel could look into the situation, at about 7:30 p.m.

“We’re checking now but haven’t smelled anything,” an emergency worker said at the scene.

Firefighters and Echo Hose EMS personnel responded to the Avalon apartment complex downtown on Thursday evening.

Firefighters and Echo Hose EMS personnel responded to the Avalon apartment complex downtown on Thursday evening.

Shelton Fire Chief Fran Jones later said firefighters responded to a report of a gas small inside the large apartment complex on the Housatonic River.

“No hazard was found,” said Jones, noting firefighters also checked gas meters in the structure for any irregularities.

The 250-unit Shelton Avalon opened in March 13.

Shelton fire personnel at the scene of a reported gas smell at the Shelton Avalon apartments on Canal Street.

Shelton fire and EMS personnel at the scene of a reported gas smell at the Shelton Avalon apartments on Canal Street.

 

 

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