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1:05am–#Fairfield–Molto Restaurant—Bartender and patron going at it, police on the way.

9:37pm–#Bridgeport–Report of a the front porch at 354 Seaview Avenue was on fire and now out. Fire department to investigate.

7:17pm–Bridgeport–Firefighters responded to a laundromat at 2462 Fairfield Ave. Upon arrival

Air inversion may cause false alarms of fires tonight.

they reported smoke on the roof. Upon further investigation they found no smoke or fire. The air mass we are experiencing tonight is heavy so any type of smoke is taking longer to to rise and sometimes hovers. We experience this a little over a month ago, firefighters from multiple towns were chasing false alarms.

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‎7:13pm#Bridgeport–Oven fire, now reported out on William Street. Fire department to confirm and check for extensions.

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‎4:28pm–#Monroe #cttraffic–Car crashed into the woods at 836 Main Street Route 25) near Pepper Street with reports of heavy damage and injuries.

‎4:27pm–#Bridgeport–Fire department back at Trumbull Gardens 555 Trumbull Gardens with maliciously broken fire alarm pull stations. Someone is going around putting these people at risk!

‎3:15pm–#Bridgeport–Malicious damage to fire alarm pull stations at Trumbull Gardens, 555 Trumbull Ave. Building 11 coupled with no access to the fire panel leave the building in alarm sounding mode fire department reports.

‎3:25pm–#Bridgeport–Report of natural gas inside 855 Norman Street. Here comes a lot of fire trucks!

AAA NOT offering free rides or tows in CT…If you are stupid enough to drink/drive and crash I’ll still be happy to record the aftermath and share it with everyone!

9:00am–#Bridgeport- #ctfire– Mattress fire at 1391 Main Street (near Washington Ave) knocked down quickly by fire department.

By Stephen Krauchick

DoingItLocal is run by Steve Krauchick. Steve has always had interest with breaking news even as an early teen, opting to listen to the Watergate hearings instead of top 40 on the radio. His interest in news spread to become the communities breaking news leader in Connecticut’s Fairfield County. He strongly believes that the public has right to know what is happening in their backyard and that government needs to be transparent. Steve also likes promoting local businesses.

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