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KVFC Provides Mutual Aid to Clinton Volunteer Fire Company

By Killingworth Volunteer Fire Company.

(January 8, 2023) — At approximately 5:22 a.m. the Clinton Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched to the area of Nod Rd and East Shore Drive for a reported structure fire.

Moments later, a Clinton Fire Officer arrived on scene confirming the report and transmitting, “a working fire” communication to Dispatch. Clinton’s Truck 1, Engines 1 and 4 and Ambo 41, responded.

Mutual aid was provided by Madison and Killingworth. Guilford and Old Saybrook for R.I.T.

Thank you to our mutual aid assignment for your assistance and prompt response. Firefighters not only had to contend with the structure involvement, but also a propane supply that had ignited, live wires down on the fire ground and a nearby garage exposure.

Ambulance personnel evaluated one civilian who was taken to a nearby clinic for evaluation. No other injuries were reported. The cause of the fire is currently under investigation.

Photos courtesy of KVFC

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