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2:45am–#Easton–Structure fire quickly extinguished by firefighters at 305 Sport Hill Road. When we arrived the fire was knocked down and firefighters were removing siding from the front of the house looking for extension.

1:14am–#Monroe–#ctfireReport of a fire on Robin Lane. Heavy fire showing. Shelton called for rapid intervention. UPDATE–1:26am- White Hills providing a full assignment and Shelton providing mutual aid to fire on Robin Lane in Monroe. UPDATE– 2:45–Bulk of the fire was knocked down by 2:45am–3:05am they said they were overhauling the fire and will be releasing units shortly

10:58pm–#Bridgeport–Police are investigating a strong armed robbery on Truman Street. Two black males in hoodies with a gun held up a woman, she offered here purse but they didn’t take it, last seen fleeing on foot towards Park Ave.

9:48pm–#Bridgeport–Single car accident at 25 Island Brook Ave. Woman hits a wall in front of Bud’s Towing.

6:07pm-#Bridgeport–Food burning on the stove is the reason fire department was at the 200 block of Palisades Avenue.

2:29am–#Bridgeport–Wake Up Mill Hill! Car fire on Remington Street. Here come the fire trucks to wake you! Happy Easter!

2:09am–#New Haven–A man walked in to Yale New Haven Hospital with gunshot wound. No word what part of town he was shot at, police are investigating.

1:50pm–#Bridgeport–2 ambulances requested to the club at East Main and Maple Street after police break up a fight at the club.

12:00am–#Fairfield–Major fire averted at pavilion at South Benson Road. Fire department quickly extinguished a trash can fire that scorched the railing and roof of the pavilion. Fire was intentionally set police are now investigating.

11:02pm–#Bridgeport–If you see a woman walking with an IV in her arm in the St. Vincent Hospital area please call police, she’s wanted back in the emergency room.

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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