Fire log

On April 12 at 7:43 am the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 responded to #115 Newport Avenue to assist the homeowner with a broken water pipe. One unit responded.

 

On April  12 at 11:37 am the Pine Rock Park Co. #4 and the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 responded to #125 Kyles Way for a carbon monoxide detector sounding. Firefighters arrived and found high levels of the gas in the home. Firefighters ventilated the home until the air readings were normal. A problem with a fireplace may have been the cause. One engine and one rescue truck responded.

 

On April 13 at 7:45 am the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1, Pine Rock Park Co. #4 and the White Hills Co. #5 responded to a structure fire at #40 Manton Street. Upon arrival firefighters found an active fire in a kitchen stove. The fire started to extend beyond the stove but firefighters were able to contain it to the stove itself. The home sustained minor smoke damage. Fire damage was contained to the stove which was destroyed. The fire started when the homeowner started the self cleaning mode of the stove but forgot to remove a pot of grease inside beforehand. Two engines and two ladder trucks responded.

 

On April 13 4:03 pm the Huntington Co. #3 and the White Hills Co. #5 responded a motor vehicle accident on Windy Acres Road. One engine and one rescue truck responded.

 

On April 13 at 4:33 pm the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 and the Pine Rock Park Co. #4 responded to an automatic fire alarm sounding at the Hewitt Health Care # 45 Maltby Street. There was no fire. The cause of the alarm was not reported. One engine responded and one ladder truck responded.

 

On April 13 at 9:30 pm the Huntington Co. #3 responded to the Huntington Shopping Center parking lock for a person locked out of a vehicle. One rescue truck responded.

 

On April 14 at 8:35 am the Huntington Co. #3 and the White Hills Co. #5 responded to an automatic fire alarm sounding and report of smoke in the house at #23 Maler Avenue.  Upon arrival firefighters found the home filled with smoke from a furnace problem. Firefighters shut the furnace off and ventilated the smoke from the home. One engine and one ladder truck responded.

 

On April 15 at 2:29 pm the Echo Hose H & L co. #1 and the Pine Rock Park Co. #4 responded to a small gasoline spill at #24 Cross Street. One engine responded.

 

On April 16 at 12:08 pm the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 and the Pine Rock Park Co. #4 responded to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Coram Avenue and Myrtle Street. One engine and one rescue truck responded.

 

On April 16 at 11:27 pm the White Hills Co. #5 and the Huntington Fire Co. #3 responded to #360 East Village Road for an odor of smoke in the home. Firefighters arrived and found the odor was from a piece of burnt paper in a microwave oven. Two engines and one ladder truck responded.

 

On April 17 at 2:37 am the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 and the Huntington Co. #3 responded to a motor vehicle accident on route 8 southbound near exit 13. Firefighters arrived and found a motor vehicle had rolled over but all occupants were all safely out of the vehicle. One engine and two rescue trucks responded.

 

On April 17 at 06:14 am the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 responded to #77 Toas Street for a carbon monoxide detector sounding. One engine responded.

 

On April 17 at 11:37 am the Huntington Co. #3 responded to #51 Capitol Drive for a carbon monoxide detector sounding. A faulty detector was the cause. One rescue truck responded.

 

On April 17 at 1:18 pm the White Hills Co. #5 and the Huntington Co. #3 responded to a car fire on east Village Road near maple Avenue. Upon arrival firefighters found the vehicle fully engulfed in fire. The fire was extinguished and under control within 20 minutes. The vehicle was totaled as a result of the fire. Two engines responded.

 

On April 17 at 7:28 pm the Echo Hose H & L Co. #1 responded to #54 Wheeler Street for a carbon monoxide detector sounding. One engine responded.

 

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