Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Edward Dwinnell, 82, died in a fire in Albany, NH on Nov. 20.
Authorities in Albany, NH have identified Edward Dwinnell, 82, of 17 Cedar St., Framingham, as the victim of a fatal fire in their town Tuesday, Nov. 20. New Hampshire State Fire Marshal J. William Degnan and Coway Fire Chief Stephen Solomon anounced Dwinnell's identity today. Dwinnell died in a fire at 69 Crossover Rd. in Albany, NH, on Nov. 20, and was identified after an autopsy. The cause of death was inhalation of smoke and superheated gases. Occupants of the house were alerted to the fire by working smoke detectors, according to a press release. One occupant of the residence, Annette Hines, was able to get to a second story window, where she cried out for help. Residents from the neighborhood walking by heard Hines’ cries for help …
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Robert A Sambuchi suffered fatal burns in the backyard of his home in Dennis Monday.
A 67-year-old man was killed on Cape Cod in a fire that started while he was refueling his lawnmower, reported Boston.com The victim, identified as Robert A. Sambuchi, suffered fatal burns in the backyard of his Dennis home about 1:30 p.m. Monday, State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan told Boston.com. “He was refueling the lawn mower when it either spilled or leaked” before sparking the fire, Dennis Assistant Fire Chief John Donlan told Boston.com. “It just appears to be a tragic accident.” The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
Monday, November 21, 2011
A neighbor of those who lived at 22 Longview Rd. hopes to raise $10,000 to help a family who lost their home and a loved one in the fire Saturday night.
Saturday night, as firefighters battled the blaze at 22 Longview Rd, neighbors offered the homeowners coats and place to get out of the cold. Three people escaped from the fire, but one man, in his 40s, died, according to officials. Those investigating the fire have not released the name of the person who died in the fire, but WBZ News Radio 1030 reported it was the son of the homeowners. Sunday, neighbor Todd Clayton created a website for Framingham residents to help the family, whose home is now uninhabitable. On the website, http://www.everribbon.com/r/longviewroadfire, Clayton wrote "consider donating to help the victims of the fire at 22 Longview Road. ... They are an older family of retired teachers that volunteer in the community …