10:35pm–#Greenwich CT– The storm that is headed our way has taken down branches or a tree on the Merritt Parkway southbound near exit 31. This news report is made possible by:
#Westport CT– How about some like to home our Deputy Chief along with (18) Connecticut firefighters. Returning last evening, Deputy Chief Kronick and members of the CT Wildfire Crew traveled out to Colorado at the end of July to help battle the blazing wildfires that have been crippling the region. The CT Interstate Fire Crew was deployed on the
4:34pm–#Monroe CT– First responders on scene of a crash with possible entrapment at Shelton and Wheeler Avenue. Everyone is out of the vehicle but the car went down the embankment. This news report is made possible by:
9:30pm–#Monroe CT–A motorcycle accident reported on Route 34 in front of the Henny Penny near the Stevenson Dam. This news report is made possible by:
HARTFORD, CT – Governor Dannel P. Malloy is directing U.S. and state flags in Connecticut to fly at half-staff from sunrise to sunset on Saturday, July 28, 2018, in honor of U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. James Tyler Grotjan of Waterford, who died from injuries sustained while stationed overseas at Al Dhafra Air Base in
9:45pm–#cttraffic–#Milford CT— A multi-car crash I-95 southbound near exit 39A. No word on injuries.
2pm–#Milford CT– A house was being lifted from its temporary wooden piling onto its permanent cement pilings when the building shifted, falling off the steel beams that supported it. One worker injured his arm. The home was too unsteady to be lifted up and the home was demolished.
#Hartford – Bridgeport mayor and Democratic candidate for governor Joe Ganim today called on Ned Lamont to release a full financial disclosure statement in advance of the Democratic primary election onAugust 14. Mayor Ganim is calling on Lamont to release the documents before the next scheduled debate between the two on July 26th. The mayor also reiterated
#cttraffic–Many of you had questions regarding Governor Dannell Malloy’s executive order to have $10 million for a survey on tolls. I reached out to Connecticut State Senator Tony Hwang for more information. Senator Hwang was upset with the “arrogance” that an outgoing governor wants to pass along $10 million in bonding to do a study
11:30am–#Milford CT– Firefighters on scene of a structure fire on Ashburn Lane. This news report is made possible by: