2011 Maine & New Hampshire Public Safety Log

View past FIRE LOGS here!

Visitors Since Jan.15,2003 @ 1800hrs


9/30 16:30 Livermore Falls, ME – 13 Green Street, Heavy smoke on arrival from the basement. Seven towns responded.

9/27 21:00 Eddington, ME – Main Road, structure fire. Chimney fire extended to the attic. Most of the home was saved.

9/27 17:30 New Boston, NH – 10 Valley View Road, lightning strike caused a fire which was contained to the TV room. Several pets were saved.

9/27 11:00 Kenenbunkport, ME – Lodge at Turbat’s Creek, two men recovered from a sewage tank. Cause of the accident unknown.

9/25 morning Westport, ME – 100 North End Road, house fire.

9/25 02:37 Manchester, NH – 2 Alarm – 588 Silver St. three story, nine unit apartment building. Upon arrival, flames from the cellar shooting to the second floor. 35 people were displaced until repairs can be made.

9/24 20:00 Somersworth, NH – Lucky Supermarket at Somersworth Plaza, fire in the back corner of the store, which was closed at the time.

9/24 10:02 Newton, NH – 2 Alarm - 99 Amesbury Road, North Gate Stables, apartment fire on second floor of a horse barn. Smoke showing on arrival with heavy fire on second floor. The apartment was destroyed, but the stables and arena was protected. Mutual aid; Kingston, South Hampton, Merrimac, Danville.

9/24 09:45 Gray, ME – 203 Mayall Road, stand alone garage fully involved upon arrival, building a total loss.

9/23 13:00 Saco, ME – Cinemagic, Route 1. Heavy interior smoke on arrival. An employee kept it in check until FD arrival.

9/21 18:30 Buxton, ME – Route 22, house fire. Four towns responded.

9/21 07:00 Corinna, ME – Southern Auto repair shop destroyed. Mutual aid from dexter, Newport and Garland.

9/20 11:00 Bangor, ME – Moosehead Boulevard, apartment complex. Two apartments of the complex destroyed with a third damaged by water and smoke. Bangor and Brewer responded.

9/19 19:00 Waterville, ME – 25 Water Street, three story apartment building, with partial collapse, was destroyed. Winslow mutual aid.

9/18 17:30 Standish, ME – Saco River at Steep Falls, two canoeing were rescued after being in the water 45 minutes.

9/18 09:00 Wiscasset, ME – A vacant building, a former pizza place, on Route 1, across from Circle K Irving, was heavily damaged.

9/17 10:00 Lincoln, NH – Black Mountain Road, Pemigewasset Condominiums. One unit involved with two others damaged.

9/16 14:00 South Hiram, ME – Tripptown Road, house fire with one civilian fatality.

9/16 afternoon Livermore Falls, ME – 46 High Street, garage fire extended to the house, destroying both.

9/15 02:30 Limerick, ME – 528 Doles Ridge Road, barn destroyed, but he nearby house was protected.

9/14 19:00 South Portland,ME – 81 Hamilton Street, car in attached garage. Quick attack prevented major damage to the house, as well as neighboring properties.

9/12 22:30 West Paris, ME – 11 Yeaton Lane, fire destroyed a mobile home. Four towns mutual aid.

9/10 22:00 Brentwood, NH – 333 South Road, house fire. Heavy fire on arrival, extending throughout. Six towns mutual aid. Several pets lost in the fire.

9/10 09:30 Manchester, NH – Brown Ave., single family home. Stove fire with extension, one elderly woman succumbed.

9/7 06:30 Raymond, ME – 73 Shaw Road, home containing two apartments, fire showing upon arrival. One apartment destroyed with some items saved from the other. At least six towns mutual aid.

9/6 19:45 Dixfield, ME – 2 Alarm – 31 Coolidge Road, home with attached automotive business, garage fire extended to the house, damaging both. Mutual aid from five towns including a tanker shuttle

9/6 Kittery, ME – 2 Alarm – 35 Bartlett Road, vehicle in attached garage with extension to the house with extensive damage. Mutual aid from several communities including NH towns.

9/5 11:16 Biddeford, ME – 48 Alfred St, business first floor with apartments above, working fire on arrival. Quick knock down limited it to 1-2 apartments. Mutual aid: Scarborough, Saco, Goodwins Mills to the scene, Kennebunkport and Kennebunk to cover central.


Information on this fire report is partially received from various area paging systems and is not to be reproduced or retransmitted without the written consent of SMFNA