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Motor Vehicle Accident 7/15/2019  7:30 AM
While clearing an accident in the area of Kelly Road near the Vernon town line, SWFD was dispatched to another accident at the intersection of Strong Road and Route 5. Patients were transported from both accidents with non-life-threatening injuries.

Route 5 Southbound is down to one lane at the intersection.  UPDATE: 8:30 AM, both southbound lanes are open.

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Motor Vehicle Accident 7/13/2019
The SWFD is on scene of a single-car accident, rollover, on Route 5 in the area of Kimberly Drive. Minor injuries reported to one patient.

SWPD is investigating the cause of the accident.

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Mobile Home Fire 6/29/2019
Shortly after 9:30 AM on Saturday June 29th, the SWFD was dispatched to a reported structure fire in a single-wide mobile home.

Car 19 was the first fire officer on scene and reported smoke showing from the roofline. On arrival, Engine 4’s crew performed both a search of the home for occupants as well as fire attack. Tower 1, Engine 2, Engine 3, and Engine 6 were also initially on the assignment.

The fire was quickly knocked down and confined to the attic space, with no extension to the interior of the home.

No injuries resulted from the fire, and the South Windsor Fire Marshal's Office is on scene investigating the cause.

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Car Fire 6/15/2019
SWFD (E4 and E3) responded to a vehicle fire on I-291 e/b between exits 4-5. CT State Police shut down the e/b side of the highway for approx. 20 minutes while crews extinguished the passenger car fire. No injuries. Highway re-opened.

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Motor Vehicle Accident 5/21/2019
SWFD, South Windsor Police Department, and Ambulance Service of Manchester are on scene of a single-vehicle accident in the area of Ellington Road and Rimfield Drive.  At time of dispatch, a single occupant was trapped in the rolled-over vehicle, and the vehicle was on fire.  Before our arrival, passerbys managed to pull the driver out of the burning vehicle. Car 11, Engine 6, Rescue 5, and Engine 2 arrived shortly after and crews extinguished the fire. The driver, surprisingly, was uninjured.  Ellington Road was shut down during the operation, but is now re-opened.

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