Hamden fire crews put out brush, storm debris fire at transfer station; area residents may smell, see smoke

New Haven

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Fire crews in Hamden are working to put out a brush and storm debris fire at the transfer station Sunday evening.

Fire Chief Gary Merwede reported on Twitter crews have been working to put the fire out since dusk.

“This is a labor-intensive effort,” the chief added. “Area residents may smell and see smoke for a while.”

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