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Fire Reports | January 21-28, 2021



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The dispatchers at the Newtown Emergency Communications Center at Town Hall South, 3 Main Street, report the following fire calls and the responders:

Thursday, January 21: 3:55 pm, medical assist, I-84 West off Exit 11, Sandy Hook responded.

Friday, January 22: 7:12 am, medical assist, The Boulevard, Hook & Ladder responded; 7:38 am, structure fire, Aspen Lane, Botsford, Sandy Hook, Hook & Ladder, Dodgingtown, and Hawleyville responded; 8:13 pm, fire alarm–commercial, Main Street, Hook & Ladder responded.

Sunday, January 24: 10:32 am, CO alarm, Stony Hill, Hook & Ladder responded; 10:32 am, service call, Saw Mill Road, Hawleyville covered; 1:31 pm, brush fire, Leopard Drive, Sandy Hook responded; 6:44 pm, service call, Platts Hill Road, Botsford covered.

Monday, January 25: 2:01 am, fire alarm–commercial, Toddy Hill Road, Botsford, Sandy Hook, and Hook & Ladder responded; 8:49 am, tree/wires down, Aunt Park Lane, Dodgingtown responded; 11:16 am, medical assist, Church Hill Road, Sandy Hook responded; 11:30 am, fire alarm–residential, Glover Avenue, Hook & Ladder and Sandy Hook responded; 2:35 pm, outside fire, South Main Street, Botsford and Hook & Ladder responded; 3:05 pm, outside fire, South Main Street, Botsford and Hook & Ladder responded.

Tuesday, January 26: 8:13 am, CO alarm, Covered Bridge Road, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded; 10:33 am, medical assist, Johnny Cake Lane, Hook & Ladder responded; 12:05 pm, fire alarm–commercial, Nunnawauk Road, Hook & Ladder and Botsford responded; 4:24 pm, fire alarm–commercial, Brookside Court, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded; 11:14 pm, medical assist, Frontage Road, Hook & Ladder responded.

Wednesday, January 27: 8:10 am, CO alarm, Covered Bridge Road, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded.

Thursday. January 28: 5:19 am, vehicle fire, Lake Drive/Center Street, Sandy Hook responded.

A pair of Hook & Ladder firefighters roll a stretcher toward a Subaru Impreza that came to a stop on the front lawn of Newtown Middle School shortly before 8 am, Thursday, January 11. It was unclear what caused the vehicle to veer onto the lawn, apparently after the front passenger side struck something, but an elderly male who was driving the vehicle was transported to the hospital following the incident. Newtown police, a paramedic, and a Newtown Volunteer Ambulance Corps crew also responded. Additional details were not available when The Newtown Bee went to press on January 28. —Bee Photo, Hicks
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