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Basement flooding, garage fire, downed trees keep area firefighters bust during nor'easter

The Wilton Police Department responded to 140 calls for service as a result of the nor'easter.  82 of the calls for service were responses to road conditions such as trees and wires down in the road.  At the height of the storm, Wilton experienced about 50 full or partial road closures.


Sherman Volunteer Fire Department responded to 12 emergency calls.  They included one gas leak, four calls for electrical hazards or trees on wires, one call for a road closure, and three emergency medical calls.  The one structure fire lightly rekindled one time. 


A basement flood was reported in Brookfield on Saturday.  Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company helped the homeowner remove 3 feet of water from the basement after the nor'easter.


New Fairfield Volunteer Fire Department responded to over 40 emergency calls during the nor'easter ranging from motor vehicle accidents and trees and wires down to basement water problems.  There was also a Haz-Mat investigation and a garage fire during the height of the storm. 

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Brian Kilmeade

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