Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Framingham Fire Department has a house fire in Saxonville and a kitchen fire on Fairfield Road.
UPDATED: 4:53 p.m. Firefighters reporting Hallet Road fire knocked down. UPDATED: 4:42 p.m. Scanner reports are saying the Fairfield Road fire is mostly knocked down, but have requested animal control come to the scene. UPDATED: 4:33 p.m. Framingham Fire Department is battling two fires at the moment. Framingham Fire is also at the scene of a kitchen fire at 5 Fairfield Rd. Firefighters requested a ladder to open the roof on arrival at this fire. *** Framingham Fire department is battling a house fire at 11 Hallet Rd. in Saxonville. Heavy smoke was showing from the two-story wood-frame home when fire crews arrived. It is unknown if there were an occupants in the house when the fire broke out. According to scanner reports, a crew is opening…
Friday, April 12, 2013
A fire roared through a Sherborn home Thursday night forcing the Sherborn Fire Department to sound multiple alarms; Framingham assisted Sherborn in battling the blaze.
A fire broke out at 255 Western Ave. in Sherborn around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, forcing multiple alarms to be sounded and assistance from several area fire departments and leaving the house destroyed. "When we arrived there was heavy fire coming from the first floor and into the second floor on the left and rear of the house," Sherborn Fire Chief Neil McPherson said. "We didn't know upon arrival if anyone was home, but we were able to quickly ascertain that the owners weren't home when the fire broke out." The fire departments from Dover, Holliston, Ashland and Framingham helped the Sherborn Fire Department fight the blaze. McPherson said that they were "lucky because we typically don't have a pressurized hydrant, but we were able to use …
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Framingham Fire responded with 5 trucks and 18 firefighters to a basement fire in a two-family home on Pond Street Thursday night.
The second floor occupants of a two-family home at 18-20 Pond St. were home Thursday night when a fire began in the basement, said Framingham Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Burns. No one was injured in the one-alarm fire, said Burns, but 3-4 people will need to live elsewhere for the night. The fire originated in the basement, said Burns. He said the origin of the fire likely was "electrical." "We were able to attack the fire right away, but were not able to ensure complete extinguishment until NSTAR cut power to the house," said Burns. "The quick attack by the guys minimized the damage." Through an aggressive interior attack, we were able to contain the fire to just the basement, said Burns. Framingham Fire was called to Pond Street just before…
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Framingham Fire Department responded to and put out a fire on Carlson Road this morning.
Framingham Fire Department responded to and put out a fire on Carlson Road this morning. Fire was reported about 9:30 a.m. at 16B Carlson Rd. in a 2 1/2 story wood frame apartment complex. Fire was on the first floor, according to scanner reports. Carlson Road is located off Beaver Street in South Framingham. Framingham Fire Department had the fire knocked down in about 5 minutes. The first floor apartment had fire, smoke and water damage.
Sunday, February 12, 2012
The Fire Department responded Sunday night to a house fire on Edgell Road.
Framingham Fire Department personnel put out a fire that engulfed the living room and attic of 480 Edgell Rd. Sunday night. Flames spread from the home's fireplace, Deputy Fire Chief Rich Garvey said. Fire crews responded to the call around 9:15 p.m., according to initial scanner reports. "The fire spread up to the attic area and burned the attic out. We opened the [roof] right above where the fire was so that it didn't spread," Garvey said. The home's owners were not injured in the fire, Garvey said.
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Framingham Fire Department investigation indicated an unintentional short circuit in a flood light was the likely cause of fire at 26 Upper Jocelyn Ave on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Framingham Fire Department investigation indicates and unintentional short circuit in a flood light was likely cause of fire at 26 Upper Jocelyn Ave on Saturday, Sept. 24. The fire investigation report said a flood light appeared to be the heat source. The report concluded it was an unintentional short circuit of the flood light that sparked the fire. The one-story, wood-frame ranch house fire began about 18 minutes after midnight on Sept. 24. The fire department extinquished the fire within 10 minutes after appearing at the residence. Fire department estimated about $30,000 worth of damages due to the fire. Four unites responded to the fire - E2, E5, R1 and P1.
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
Framingham Fire Department said homeowner did everything right, but fire department estimated damage at $100,000.
Straw, hay similiar to a birds nest caught fire when a homeowner turned on the enterior light at 13 Maureen Rd., determined the Framingham Fire Department's investigative team. Framingham Fire Department responded to the home just after 9:15 p.m. on July 7. Upon arrival, the department observed heavy smoke originating from all parts of the roof line. The Fire Department vented the roof of the single-story ranch house and covered the furniture to protect it, while the ceilings were bring pulled. Fire Department estimated damage at $100,000. "The homeowner did everything right. They called immediately," said Assistant Fire Chief John Magri. The owner was outside of the house when engines arrived. The Framingham Fire Department was on scene …
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
An early morning fire Sunday at 625 Concord St. displaced two families.
An early morning fire at 625 Concord St. displaced two families and caused an estimated $100,000 in damage, said Assistant Fire Chief John Magri. The Framingham Fire Department received a call at 3:40 a.m. for a fire at a two-family home at 625 Concord St. According to the fire report, the fire started on the exterior of the wood-frame building and spread into the second floor of the home. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
The Fire Department responded to one building fire and nine motor vehicle accidents with injuries.
Between Jan. 9-15, the Framingham Fire Department went on 206 calls, including one building fire. Framingham Fire responded to two carbon monixide incidents. Fire Department attended to 123 rescue and emergency medical service calls, including nine motor vehicle accidents with injuries. To read the full list of incidents, click on the photo file with this report.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
A sampling of incidents from the Framingham Police log.
1:00 a.m.: Police arrested at 100 Alexander St. Carlos Lopez, 22, of 100 Alexander St. Police charged him with an outstanding warrant for domestic assault and battery. He is accused of hitting girlfriend in the face on Sunday, Jan. 9. 1:13 a.m.: Report of a motor vehicle accident at 257 Cochituate Rd. 2:03 p.m.: Report of a motor vehicle accident at 5 Dudley Rd (leaf dump). Vehicle slid into a snowbank. Highway department notified. No injuries. 2:50 a.m.: Noise complaint reported at 15 Eliot St. #A. 4:28 a.m.: House fire at 25 Springhill Rd. 4:47 a.m.: Report of a business alarm at Irving St. Convenience, 296 Irving St. Police checked, ok. 7:46 a.m.: Report of an motor vehicle accident at Maple and Franklin streets. 8:09 a.m.: Report of …