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  • Police Official: Fatal Fire Doesn't Appear To Be A Crime

    Police Official: Fatal Fire Doesn't Appear To Be A Crime
    BRISTOL — An intense fire that killed a man and destroyed his condominium Monday does not appear to have been the result of a crime, police said Tuesday. "It does not appear to be suspicious," Lt. Richard Guerrera said. The resident, who...
  • Evanston house fire extinguished; no one injured

    Evanston house fire extinguished; no one injured
    Chris Schriner watched in disbelief as the two-story house she bought with her husband, Mike, just before Thanksgiving went up in flames. The rust-colored house in the 2500 block of Harrison Street in Evanston was a new start for the couple, who have 1-...
  • Firefights Respond To Coventry Fire

    COVENTRY — Firefighters were on the scene of a fire at a home on Buena Vista Road Tuesday night, officials said. The fire was reported at 261 Buena Vista Road, fire official said about 6:30 p.m. Mutual assistance was being called. Tolland and...
  • $5 Million Settlement Reached In Stamford Christmas Fire

    $5 Million Settlement Reached In Stamford Christmas Fire
    HARTFORD — A contractor who accidentally caused a fire at a Stamford home that killed three girls and two of their grandparents on Christmas morning in 2011 has agreed to settle part of a wrongful death lawsuit by paying the children's father $5...
  • Walls come down on Norridge home involved in fire

    The walls of a Norridge home have come down. The first floor of the two-story home at 7911 Gunnison St. was engulfed in flames when Norwood Park firefighters arrived around 5 a.m. Jan 7. By the time firefighters rescued the eight occupants and...
  • Tinley Park fire injures 2, including firefighter who slipped on ice

    Tinley Park fire injures 2, including firefighter who slipped on ice
    Two people including a firefighter who slipped on ice were injured during a Tinley Park house fire fought in frigid conditions Thursday afternoon, officials said. Firefighters were called to the 16000 block of Fairfax Lane in Tinley Park about 12:45 p....
  • 2 firefighters injured battling house fire in Park Forest

    2 firefighters injured battling house fire in Park Forest
    Two firefighters were injured and five people were displaced after a house fire in south suburban Park Forest on Thursday evening, authorities said. The fire started around 10:50 p.m. at a home in the 200 block of Lee Street, said Park Forest Fire Chief...
  • Fire chief: False alarms down in Lower Macungie after crackdown

    Fire chief: False alarms down in Lower Macungie after crackdown
    Lower Macungie Township's crackdown on false fire alarms originating from homes and business is beginning to pay off, according to the township's fire department. David Nosal, chief of the Lower Macungie Township Fire Department, said the number of...
  • Candle ignites Christmas tree, sending fire through Azusa home

    Candle ignites Christmas tree, sending fire through Azusa home
    An Azusa family was displaced early Tuesday after a Christmas tree was ignited by a candle and spread a fire that ravaged their home, officials said. Los Angeles County fire officials said the fire started about 2:20 a.m. in the 5400 block of North...
  • Woman pulled from Miramar house fire

    Woman pulled from Miramar house fire
    Firefighters pulled an injured woman from a burning home in Miramar on Friday during a fire that also prompted a police investigation, authorities said. Someone in the neighborhood, perhaps a passer-by, noticed smoke and flames shortly after noon at the...
  • FDNY: Fire near Penn Station that injured 2 firefighters was accidental

    FDNY: Fire near Penn Station that injured 2 firefighters was accidental
    NEW YORK (AP) — Fire marshals say an early-morning blaze near New York's Penn Station was accidental. The three-alarm fire broke out at 2:22 a.m. Tuesday in an underground construction site at 34th Street and Eighth Avenue. It was under control...