2:41pm–#Stratford CT– Report of a pedestrian hit by a car in the Sunoco Station at 805 Main Street (near Merchant’s Walk). Multiple radio reports say it is a man with a head injury.
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#Bridgeport CT–Barnum School started off with a flash dance in the morning a flash electrical fire by the morning. The school was evacuated, I’m sure most thought it was the first fire drill of the year but it was the real deal. Firefighters were quick on the scene and located a smoke condition on the second floor. The found the source to be a defective/melted electrical outlet.
My initial report was:
1:00pm–#UPDATE: Initial radio reports say a faulty electrical circuit on the 2nd floor.
12:50pm–#Bridgeport CT–Firefighters on scene of Barnum School at 450 Waterview Avenue for a odor of smoke inside the school.
#Stratford CT—On 08-25-2015 the TD Bank located on Stratford Avenue in Stratford was robbed by an unknown male. The robbery occurred at 1050 in the morning. No weapon was displayed. The suspect is described as a black male, thin build wearing a blue T-shirt, tan pants a backpack and camouflage hat. Approximately $580 was taken. There is a $1000 dollar reward being offered for information leading to the identification and arrest of the suspect. Anyone with information please contact Detective Jennifer Murolo at 203-385-4127. (Stratford Police Press Release)
11:39pm–#Westport CT– Firefighters on scene of a structure fire at 6 Leslie Lane. Firefighters had the bulk of the fire within 10 minutes. First and second searches of the home found no one inside. The fire extended into the attic, firefighters are now chasing hot spots and opening walls to check for extensions.
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