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Fire Log: House, Transformer, Wires on Fire

Hurricane Sandy and other calls keep Springfield Fire Company 44 busy last week.

Springfield Fire Company No. 44 is busy responding to alarms, working fires and motor vehicle accidents. The following is a list of activity for the past week.

SPRINGFIELD FIRE REPORT
Springfield Fire Company No. 44
Compiled by Fire Chief Robert J. Woolson

The Fire Company responded to the below listed incidents during Hurricane Sandy:

  • Trees & Wires On Fire: 54
  • Carbon Monoxide Alarms: 2
  • Fire Alarms: 8
  • Hazardous Conditions: 10
  • Trees Into Homes: 4
  • House Fires: 6
  • Assist Rapid Intervention Teams: 2
  • Assist-Fires: 2
  • Transformers: 2
  • Naturals Gas Leak Inside: 3
  • Natural Gas Leak Outside: 1
  • 10-31 400 Blk. Southcroft Rd.-Assist Homeowner
  • 10-31 400 Blk. Maplewood Rd.-Carbon Monoxide Detector Activation
  • 10-31 200 Blk. Franklin Ave.-Transformer Fire
  • 10-31 900 Blk. E. Woodland Ave.-Natural Gas Leak Inside
  • 11-01 200 Blk. Ballymore Rd.-Fumes In House
  • 11-01 900 Blk. Springhaven Rd.-Carbon Monoxide Detector Activation
  • 11-01 400 Blk. Foster Dr.-House Fire
  • 11-01 Unit Blk. Colonial Park Dr.-House Fire
  • 11-01 300 Blk. Baltimore Pk.-Water Flow Alarm
  • 11-02 Springfield Mall-Natural Gas Leak Outside
  • 11-02 300 Blk. Holt Ln.-Wires On Fire
  • 11-02 Media-Assist House Fire
  • 11-03 400 Blk. Ridge Ln.-Carbon Monoxide Detector Activation
  • 11-03 Clifton Hgts.-Cover Up Assignment
  • 11-03 Swarthmore-Assist House Fire
  • 11-04 1000 Blk. Westdale Place-Odor Investigation
  • 11-04 500 Blk. Baltimore Pk.-Building Fire
  • 11-04 600 Blk. Newlin Rd.-Natural Gas Leak Outside

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