• Early Morning Fire Guts Single Family Home on Hamilton Avenue

    By Published On: December 3, 2022Categories: Media ReleasesTags: Views: 2543

    Residents Escaped The Flames Prior to Fire Department Arrival At 00:37 Saturday morning, the Stamford 911 Center began receiving multiple reports of a structure fire at 310 Hamilton Avenue.  Three engines, a truck company, a rescue company, an Incident Commander and units from Glenbrook Fire Department were dispatched to the given address.  On arrival, the first [...]

  • Two-Alarm Fire Causes Signifiant Damage to Unoccupied House on Large Estate

    By Published On: October 3, 2021Categories: Media ReleasesTags: , , Views: 1299

    The Stamford Combined 911 Center received the first call of heavy smoke, possibly a large open burn, in the area of 579 Erskine Road at 18:50. The first arriving unit from the Long Ridge Fire Department arrived on the scene and discovered a large unoccupied house with heavy fire showing from the attic and roof [...]

  • Commercial Structure Fire in Belltown

    Firefighters Quickly Contain Fast Moving Fire Above Local Businesses COMMERCIAL STRUCTURE FIRE QUICKLY CONTAINED BY STAMFORD AND BELLTOWN FIREFIGHTERS. STAMFORD, CT (September 25, 2021) - At 03:54 PM, Stamford and Belltown firefighters were dispatched to a report of a fire in a restaurant at 18 Belltown Road in the Belltown neighborhood of Stamford. 4 Engine Companies, 1 [...]

  • Fire in South End, Multi-family house quickly extinguished.

    By Published On: September 11, 2018Categories: Media ReleasesTags: Views: 396

    Units responded to 273 Washington Blvd @2044 for a walk-in, report of a fire on the third floor. One of the occupants of the building walked in to South End Fire Station and reported that his building was on fire. Units from the South End Fire Station #2 responded along with additional units from Headquarters, [...]

  • Smoke Detectors Are The True Hero’s In Early Morning Fire

    By Published On: November 3, 2016Categories: Media ReleasesTags: Views: 432

    Once again, fully operational smoke detectors become the true hero at an early morning fire in The Cove section of the city. At 3;20am this morning, the Stamford Fire Department responded with 4 Engines, 1 Ladder, 1 Rescue and an Incident Commander to 82 Warren Street for a report of smoke in the house. Engine [...]

  • 3 Alarm Fire Quickly Contained by Stamford Fire Fighters

    By Published On: October 20, 2016Categories: Media ReleasesTags: , Views: 475

    Fast Spreading Fire in Condominium Complex Contained to Two Units Stamford Firefighters were able to quickly contain a large fire that threatened an entire condominium complex on Southfield Avenue. Firefighters were initially dispatched to a brush fire outside of the building in the Waterside Green complex, located at 1 Southfield Avenue. First arriving fire companies [...]

  • Midday House Fire in The Cove

    By Published On: April 24, 2016Categories: Media ReleasesTags: Views: 459

    Incident Number: 16-03669 Incident Date: Sunday, April 24, 2016, at 11:54 AM Incident Location: 118 Webb Avenue Stamford fire crews battled a house fire today in the Cove section of the city. A total of 26 firefighters responded at 11:54 am and quickly brought the flames under control at 118 Webb Ave. The fire originated [...]

  • Quick Action of Passerby Helps To Prevent A Large Scale Fire in Abandoned Building

    By Published On: December 22, 2015Categories: Media ReleasesTags: Views: 538

    Three engines, a truck company, a rescue company, an Incident Commander and a Rapid Intervention Team were dispatched to the area of Manhattan Street and Pacific Street for a fire in a building this evening. According to a 911 caller, who was a pedestrian on Dock Street, there was a small fire in the second [...]

  • Quick Action of Firefighters Prevents Spread of Fire

    By Published On: November 23, 2015Categories: Media ReleasesTags: , , Views: 503

    Quick actions by Stamford Firefighters prevented the spread of a fire in the walls at 637 Cove Road tonight. A full box assignment of three engine companies, a ladder company, a rescue company, an Incident Commander and a Rapid Intervention Team were dispatched to the two story condominium complex after a resident called and reported [...]