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Bayport FD Responds to Home CO Threat

Firefighters get to Middle Road scene in minutes within emergency call.

The Bayport Fire Department responded to a Middle Road home this afternoon after a Bayport resident feared that a relative was suffering from carbon monoxide posioning.

Several trucks and nearly a dozen volunteer firefighters arrived at the home near Oakwood Avenue within minutes of the emergency call. A check of the home, led by Chief Ryan Tomassone, found no evidence of a carbon monoxide threat.

Tor December 29, 2012 at 08:21 PM
Yeah, wrong address! You should really post the full story rather than a portion which leaves the impression that their presence at this location was legitimate. Unfortunately, the responding firefighters did a good bit of damage in the process of gaining entry. 1 front screen door damaged, once through the screen door they through the wreath on the ground and took down the Christmas lights, Merry Christmas! They then preceded around to the back of the residence where they removed two window screens, damaging one. Then opened the back door with a crow bar damaging the door and locks. The home was left open and damaged. The 45 year Bayport resident who owns the home is still waiting to hear back from Chief Thomassone.
C.A December 30, 2012 at 07:10 AM
Tor we did a lot more damage back in the day. Could preventive measures been taking before damaging the property sure. However a life may have been in danger.

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