2021-10-18@1:01pm–#Bridgeport CT– A motorcyclist was injured and taken to the hospital after colliding with a van at Lindley Street.
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2021-10-17@6:07AM (Saturday)–#Westport CT–The Westport Fire Department was dispatched to a commercial automatic fire alarm at 246Post Road East 6:07 am. Upon arrival, the Shift Commander reported smoke in one of the storefronts and the assignment was upgraded to a structure fire.
First two arriving companies located the fire and stretched a large hand line to quickly
extinguish the fire. An extensive search and overhaul of the building found no additional
fire and the building was cleared of smoke.
The initial response included 2 engine companies, 1 truck company and the Shift
Commander. The final response included 7 engines, 1 truck, 1 rescue, 5 command and
safety officers with mutual aid from Wilton, Norwalk, Fairfield, Westport Police
Department and Westport EMS.
The Fire Marshal’s Office has ruled the fire to be accidental and no injuries were reported.
The Westport Fire Department would like to remind the public that smoke detectors save
lives and property, candles should never be left unattended, and everyone should have an
exit plan in the event of an emergency.
2021-10-16@5:00pm–#Bridgeport CT– I’ve got a number of of messages from viewers from Wheeler Avenue to Chopsey Hill Road area saying their power is out. Also a call from firefighters of a light being out by Highland Avenue causing traffic problems. UI outage map says there is no power outages reported. How about you? Is there an outage?