FROM YOUR ALL VOLUNTEER CROTON FD FB PAGE: Around 6:05 PM tonight, Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department was dispatched to Palmer Avenue for an outside odor of gas. While responding, 60 Control advised units of another call for an odor of gas on Hunter Place. Car 2083 (A/C Colombo) and Engine 119 arrived to find an active gas leak at a Hunter Place home and began evacuating same. Engine 120 arrived and secured a hydrant and assisted the first due crew of E119.
While this was occurring, we were notified of another call for
an odor of gas on Bank Street. Car 2089 (D/C J. Munson) arrived and
confirmed an odor of gas, reporting it may be attributed to the leak on
Hunter Place. E118 & TL44 picked up this box and began
investigating. After transferring command, E118's Lieutenant Altro
(118-3) took over the Bank Street investigation reporting no leak found.
The crew of E118 also checked Farrington Road and the North Riverside
block between Farrington and Bank with no additional hazard found. After shutting down the broken gas pipe, Croton Fire returned to service, leaving Con Edison on scene around 7:35 PM.
Croton's Bravest responded to a total of FIVE incidents today - all of which were gas leaks in the village's north end. https://www.facebook.com/CrotonFire
Chaos around Hunter/Farrington/Palmer. Never mind the gas leak, when is the Village going to fix the roads?ReplyDelete
They have other fish to fry. Selling solar, giving away the 'park' to Something Good in the World for a hill of beans, ignoring their code violations, and lining up the next set of fibs for the next election. http://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2014/11/its-official-croton-dems-engaged-in.htmlDelete
And climate change formerly known as global warming, on their minds.Delete