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Fire Reports | November 8-November 14, 2023



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Wednesday, November 8: 7:03 am, medical assist, Nunnawauk Road, Hook & Ladder responded; 10:20 am, service call, 18 Riverside Road, Sandy Hook and Botsford responded; 2:31 pm, structure fire, 54 Great Ring Road, Sandy Hook, Botsford, Hook & Ladder, Hawleyville, and Dodgingtown responded; 4:15 pm, vehicle accident, 32 Church Hill Road, Hook & Ladder responded.

Thursday, November 9: 8:26 am, fire alarm, 10 Pearl Street, Sandy Hook and Hook & Ladder responded.

Saturday, November 11: 8:42 am, fire alarm, 10 Steck Drive, Dodgingtown responded; 8:50 am, motor vehicle accident (MVA), Mile Hill/Mile Hill South, Hook & Ladder responded; 5:57 pm, cover assignment, 81 South Street, Roxbury, Sandy Hook responded.

Sunday, November 12: 10:03 am, service call, 52 Elizabeth Circle, Sandy Hook responded; 12:34 pm, service call, 7 Quarry Road, NUSAR responded; 1:03 pm, service call, 53 Elizabeth Circle, Sandy Hook responded; 1:22 pm, fire alarm, 75 Mt Pleasant Road, Hook & Ladder responded; 3:14 pm, brush fire, South Main/Swamp Road, Botsford responded; 4:01 pm, vehicle fire, 43 Totem Trail, Sandy Hook and Hook & Ladder responded; 8:12 pm, CO alarm, 8 Skidmore Lane, Sandy Hook responded; 9:49 pm, medical assist, Pine Street, Sandy Hook responded.

Monday, November 13: 9:30 pm, CO alarm, 21A Platts Hill Road, Botsford and Hook & Ladder responded.

Tuesday, November 14: 1:09 am, MVA, South Main/Meadowbrook, Botsford responded; 4:49 pm, fire alarm, 32 Barnabas Road, Hawleyville and Hook & Ladder responded.

Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue firefighters put out a car fire that occurred around 3:15 pm Sunday, November 12. A male driver escaped injury last Sunday afternoon after the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder he was operating caught on fire. The unidentified male lost control of the four-door hatchback vehicle while navigating the curve from Totem Trail onto Quail Trail in Sandy Hook. The car went off the road, became stuck in wet leaves and brush, and a fire eventually started. The driver was uninjured. Newtown Hook & Ladder was also dispatched, but the fire was out before their arrival. Additional information was unavailable as this week’s paper went to press. —Bee Photo, Hicks
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