An early morning fire at an apartment house in Augusta has injured seven people. The fire started around 2 a.m. and Augusta Fire Chief Roger Audette told WCSH, that a 'portion of the four-story apartment building later collapsed.
Bobby Silcott of The Maine POM Project (Facebook) was in the studio with us talking about a fantastic life-saving apparatus for pets. Oxygen masks, which he gives to fire and rescue departments across the state in order to aid with animal rescues. Listen to our discussion about the project on the Moose Morning Show and help out if you can!
This is sort of a journal type post but this morning at about 4 am I woke up out of sound sleep and yelled loud enough to wake up Lynn, “I smell smoke!” It really scared me especially where we have three kids in the house.
Firefighters from Winthrop and 3 area communities, Monmouth, Manchester and Augusta, battled an early morning (May 31) blaze in town. Winthrop Fire Chief Dan Brooks told WCSH that 4 people are very lucky to have escaped.
Firefighters from four departments battled an Augusta blaze at 323 Riverside Drive in Augusta around 6:45 a.m. (May 28) this morning. The fire destroyed the home and the family lost everything. Two family pets that were unable to be saved. The cause of the fire is likely accidental.
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