An 18-year-old man died Tuesday morning after a house in Methuen, Mass., exploded when a chimney crashed through his car and crashed into his home, authorities said. Essex Fire Department received a call from Ostroskey shortly before 4 a.m. that the house in the 100 block of North Main Street was on fire, authorities said. Firefighters discovered a serious blaze on the second floor of the house, a two-story house on the corner of Main and Fells Falls Road, authorities said. A retired deputy fire chief who had served the city for three decades and was also a firefighter from Hackensack and Saddle Brook was injured in the fire, along with two other firefighters from Essex, Essex Junction and Lake Elmo fire departments and a retired Essex County sheriff.
The first call was made through the fire alarm system, Salem's fire chief Paul Parisi said. Gloucester Fire Service took part in a robust mutual assistance scheme managed by the Essex County Fire Chiefs Association and was the only town in the region with an assigned fire chief. A second alarm went off shortly after 4 a.m., bringing several towns to the scene of the blaze, Salem and Merrimack County fire chiefs said.
In addition to responding to the fire, the Essex Fire Department also responded to a call for a rescue operation at a home in the 100 block of Main Street in Methuen. Fire crews from Salem, Gloucester, Merrimack, Essex, Middlesex and Essex County, as well as the town of Salem, were called in.
Essex Fire Department, based in Essex, Vermont, is a paid on-call medical service that provides emergency medical services to residents of Essex County, Massachusetts, as well as the city of Methuen and the state of Vermont. The Essex Fire Department, part of the Vermont Department of Public Safety, the Essex Police Department, and the Vermont State Police are paid on-call services that perform emergency rescue operations in the cities of Salem, Gloucester, Merrimack, Essex, and Middlesex County in Massachusetts, as well as in Burlington, Burlington County in Vermont, and on the New Hampshire and New York State borders in Rhode Island. The Windsor Fire Department and Essex Police Department are based in New Jersey, and is the paid calls department for Essex County, Connecticut, Maine, New England and Massachusetts.
Essex Fire Service in Essex, MA, provides fire and emergency services to the Essex community. The mission of the Gloucester Fire Brigade is to protect life, property and the environment by providing the highest level of safety and protection for citizens, businesses and communities.
This includes inspecting fire damage and inspecting residents by the fire marshal's office, John Planas. Fire remediation programmes include the removal of all hazardous materials that may have been present during the process. Here you can find information about the fire recovery programme of Essex Fire Service. Information released by Governor Ned Lamont is available on the Massachusetts Fire and Emergency Management Department website here.
The Essex County Fire Chiefs Association was founded in 1956 as a social networking group made up of active fire chiefs in Essex County, Massachusetts. He started in the honorary department, was admitted to the department in 1950 and was taken on full-time in 1953.
On 1 October 2017, the management of ECFRS was transferred from the Essex Fire Authority (EFA) to the police. The fire chief is appointed by the Ontario Fire Marshal as required by the Fire Protection and Prevention Act and serves as the chief fire and fire safety officer for Essex County, Massachusetts. As captain of the Essex Junction Fire Department, he is responsible for fire safety, fire safety, emergency response and other tasks to which he has been assigned. He is also on the board of the fire department and the board of directors.
The Braintree Fire Department is committed to providing the community with the highest levels of fire safety, fire safety and emergency assistance. The Laconia Fire Department works with other local, state and federal agencies, as well as local law enforcement and community organizations, to provide the best and most effective fire service in Essex County, Massachusetts. Lynn Fire Department is committed to protecting the lives and property of the entire Lynn community by providing high quality, well trained and efficient fire and rescue services to Lynn residents and businesses.
The Westport Fire Department's mission is to protect lives, property and the environment through the highest fire, fire and emergency measures. The Tappahannock Essex Volunteer Fire Department is the only volunteer fire department in Essex County, Massachusetts that is involved in emergencies.
For many years we have been helping victims of explosions and accidents in Massachusetts, such as the recent explosion and fire in Westport, Massachusetts. We are proud to represent the people of Tappahannock and Essex County, as well as all other counties in the Commonwealth. For all that our Commonwealth has to offer, I am confident we will exceed expectations.