Fire Officials Dispatched to Turnpike Street Thursday Morning
A Thursday morning master alarm leads off today's Police and Fire Log
Easton Fire Officials were dispatched to Turnpike Street Thursday morning at approximately 9:45 a.m. for a box alarm.
Two fire engines and one ladder truck arrived at 448 Turnpike Street and an apparatus found a leak in the sprinkler system. The sprinkler company was informed.
Vehicle Fire on Plymouth Drive Wednesday Afternoon
Two fire engines arrived at the corner of Plymouth and Norolk Drive in Easton Industrial Park Wwednesday afternoon at approximately 4:45 for a reported car fire.
The fire and engine compartment were fully involved with extension into the passenger compartment.
Officials extinguished the fire. The owner of the car said she was having mechanical problems with the vehicle. Officials said the fire could have been caused by power steering fluid leaking onto exhaust manifold.
Box Alarm at Oliver Ames High School
Two fire engines and an ambulance arrived at Oliver Ames High School at approximately 1:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Officials said the building was evacuated and nothing was showing. One engine reported a water surge issue, and Yankee Sprinkler and Town of Easton electrician were notified.
Gas/Odor Investigation at Easton Mobile Park
Easton officials were dispatched to Easton Mobile Park at approximately 6:30 p.m. Tuesday for a problem with a gas stove. Officials checked the gas stove with the owner and found no problems.
Gas/Odor Investigation on Foundry Street
Easton officials were dispatched to 743 Foundry Street Monday at 9:45 a.m. for a smell of gas in the area.
The area was checked and nothing was found.