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Updated: Mar 06, 2007 3:17pm PST

Somerville MA - 3 Alarms on Temple St : Sun.,March 4,2007 - 3 Alarms Somerville, Mass. Box 335 for 121 Temple St. Fire on the second floor of a 3-story, 3-family occupied dwelling. Fire extended to the third floor. Slight extension to exposures B and D.

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Somerville MA - 3 Alarms on Temple St

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Sun.,March 4,2007 - 3 Alarms Somerville, Mass. Box 335 for 121 Temple ...

Updated: Mar 04, 2007 8:10am PST

1986 - MetroBoston Area Fires : Various Photos of Incidents Taken Around The Boston Area During 1986.

1986 - MetroBoston Area Fires

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Various Photos of Incidents Taken Around The Boston Area During 1986.

Updated: Mar 03, 2007 9:32am PST

CFD Still & Box 1952 W. Chicago : December 23, 2006

CFD Still & Box 1952 W. Chicago

Scott Miller (SAMillerImaging)

December 23, 2006

Updated: Feb 28, 2007 8:32pm PST

Roxbury Twp, NJ General Alarm 219 Berkshire Valley Rd. February 26, 2007 : On February 26th Roxbury fire fighters responded to Valley Autobody at 219 Berkshire Valley Road on a reported structure fire. Upon arrival companies found heavy fire showing from the 1 story body shop. Mutual Aid responded to the scene from Wharton, Jefferson, Rockaway Twp, Picatinny Arsenal, Mine Hill, Budd Lake, Chester, and Mt. Arlington. The fire took several hours to extinguish but was brought under control within 1 hour. No injuries were reported. All Photos By: Adam Alberti

Roxbury Twp, NJ General Alarm 219 Ber...

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On February 26th Roxbury fire fighters responded to Valley Autobody at ...

Updated: Feb 26, 2007 6:26pm PST

Washington Twp, NJ House Fire 36  South Four Bridges Rd. February 25, 2007 : Around 6pm on February 25, 2007 Washington Twp, NJ (Morris County) fire fighters responded to 36 South Four Bridges Rd. on a house fire. Upon arrival companies found smoke showing and a working fire in the attic area of a 1.5 story wood frame dwelling. An aggressive interior attack and outstanding vertical ventilation helped bring this fire under control with 20 mintues. No injuries were reported. Photos By: Adam Alberti & Tom Finnegan

Washington Twp, NJ House Fire 36 Sou...

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Around 6pm on February 25, 2007 Washington Twp, NJ (Morris County) fir ...

Updated: Feb 25, 2007 7:08pm PST

Lincoln MA - 2 Alarms on Concord Turnpike : Sat.Feb.24,2007 - 2 Alarms transmitted by both Lincoln (Box 952)& Lexington for a residential house fire at 320 Concord Turnpike westbound (Rte.2) around 0915hrs. First arriving companies found an advanced fire involving most of the rear of the building. Water was delayed due to extremely long supply line lays from the nearest hydrants.

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Sat.Feb.24,2007 - 2 Alarms transmitted by both Lincoln (Box 952)& Lexi ...

Updated: Feb 24, 2007 10:08am PST

235 accident  02-03-2007 : The serious accident, which closed Rt. 235 for several hours on Saturday, and sent multiple people to the hospital, involved six different vehicles.

The first vehicle, operated by Ernest Charles Mincey, struck a second vehicle, operated by Serena Ann Hahn, which was stopped at the stop light. 

The second vehicle, after being struck, proceeded to drive onto the right curb and sidewalk, after striking the rear of vehicle number 4, operated by Arden Joseph Keck II. Hahn's vehicle came to rest on the sidewalk. 

Vehicle #1 then struck another vehicle (number 3), which was operated by Dana Lynn Lomas, and was also stopped at the light. This caused vehicle number 3 to strike vehicle number 4 (Keck's vehicle, which was also hit by Hahn), which was in the intersection. 

Vehicle #1 continued striking vehicle #5 (operated by Michael Lawrence Higley) in the intersection before it came to its final rest in the intersection, on its roof. 

Vehicle #4, after being struck by two vehicles, subsequently struck vehicle #6 (operated by Frederic mohamud Felcon) in the intersection. 

Alcohol is a believed to be a contributing factor on the part of Mincey, who was operating the initial at-fault vehicle. The result of the Toxicology report is pending.

235 accident 02-03-2007

John Douglass (johndoug)

The serious accident, which closed Rt. 235 for several hours on Saturd ...

Updated: Feb 20, 2007 7:19pm PST

Accident at Rt 5 & Great Mills Rd : On February 18th at 2:51 PM, Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad was alerted to a motor vehicle accident involving one vehicle into a light pole at the intersection of Rt 5 and Great Mills Rd. Ambulance 68 was minutes from the accident, and responded immediately along with Medic 3, Ambulance 388, Ambulance 389, and Utility 39. Responding fire units arrived on the scene under Command 3 (Chief 3). Command advised a metal traffic light pole had been struck, and was laying against power lines. Upon arrival scene size up, it was determined only one person had been involved. The crews from Ambulances 68 and 388 started work once the scene had been determined safe by command. One person was transported to St. Mary's Hospital by Ambulance 68.

Accident at Rt 5 & Great Mills Rd

John Douglass (johndoug)

On February 18th at 2:51 PM, Lexington Park Volunteer Rescue Squad was ...

Updated: Feb 20, 2007 7:19pm PST