Last week field hospitals began to go up across the state. Now, colleges and sports arenas are taking up the call to arms, by opening up their dorms and public spaces to first responders who can’t go home–for fear of infecting their own families–while they work on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic.
“Our whole life changed in a second,” says Noelle Kaczmarczyk, explaining the event in 2018 when her husband, John, was taking out recyclables and involved in a freak accident. “He fell backwards, we think he fell backwards on our staircase. We didn’t see him fall – we found him at the bottom of the stairs.”
Danbury firefighters and police are on the scene of a Peter Pan bus crash on West Redding Road Monday morning.
Emergency crews responded to a fire involving a DOT vehicle on Sunday morning.
Firefighters in Connecticut have come to the rescue of a woman whose finger got stuck in a ring on New Year’s Eve.
Danbury fire officials responded to a call Thursday evening for a fire at a warehouse behind the Puppy Love animal center located at 37 Lake Avenue in Danbury.
Firefighters battled a second-alarm fire at a retired firefighter’s home in Danbury on Sunday.
No one was injured after a plane crashed nose down on a runway at Danbury Airport on Friday morning.
A person was injured after crashing their car into a building in Danbury, early Thursday morning.
Fire crews responded to a construction site in Danbury where they say a concrete pump malfunction caused injury to a worker.