11:34pm–#Fairfield CT– A car’s back window was smashed and items taken from a car parked at the Cinemas at 40 Black Rock Turnpike. This news report is made possible by:
10:55pm–#Southport CT– A car has hit a utility pole on Hulls Farm Road near Redding Road. There are down wires, traffic is being diverted. This news report is made possible by:
8:08pm–#cttraffic–#Fairfield CT– A crash between an SUV and a tractor-trailer with entrapment on I-95 northbound near exit 23. The tractor-trailer has fled the scene according to radio reports. Take an alternative route if you can.
FAIRFIELD (CT) – A quick response and aggressive fire attack by Fairfield Firefighters prevented further damage caused by a fire, which by the resident’s statements, was preceded by an explosion at a Half Mile Road single-family home today. Within 11 minutes the first alarm assignment of 20 firefighters arrived on the scene, and they were faced
7:01pm–#Fairfield CT– A house fire at 345 Half Mile Road after reports of the gas grill exploding. This news report is made possible by:
12:38pm–#Fairfield CT– An improperly discarded cigarette may be the cause for starting a mulch fire that started warping the siding on the front of Enterprise Rent-A-Car at 114 Commerce Drive. The fire was out on firefighters arrival. The building was temporarily evacuated.
1:11am–#Fairfield CT– Report of a car crashing into a stone wall in front o f300 Hulls Highway. First responders on the way. This news report is made possible by:
Fairfield Fire Department Press Release: At 5:07PM PM the Fairfield Emergency Communications Center received a call from a resident at 200 Edgewood Road reporting her refrigerator was leaking in the basement. Ladder 2 and Engine 3 responded to assist the resident. Upon arrival the resident stated that when she opened the freezer her eyes were
2:19pm–#Fairfield CT– Two people were rescued as the tide started pulling them out off Pine Creek Avenue. At one point it sounded like both subjects were underwater at one point and then a paddleboarder may have aided them according to radio reports. The latest report said both people are out of the water and all
3:30pm–A man in his sixties walked out to the end of Penfield Reef and his sugar levels have dropped and water levels are rising. The man cannot make it in on his own. Firefighters on the way to bring the man in and treat him for his hypoglycemia. This news report is made possible by: