CLINTON — Multiple departments and fire investigators are responding to a structure fire at 32 Liberty Pole Road here. Clinton County Dispatch put out a call for the fire at 7:49 p.m. with Churubusco Volunteer Fire Department responding.Mutual aid was requested from departments from Ellenburg Center, Ellenburg Depot, Mooers, Lyon Mountain and Chateaugay. Clinton County Cars 4, 6 and 19 are also responding.
LEWIS — An Elizabethtown man was listed in "critical" condition Saturday after a motorcycle accident on Hyde Road here Friday night.Jacob "Pookie" Diehl, 25, was admitted to the University of Vermont Medical Center following the accident.A hospital representative told the Press-Republican Saturday afternoon that Diehl was in the intensive care unit.Essex County Dispatch put out a call for the accident around 10:30 p.m. Friday with Elizabethtown-Lewis EMS responding.An emergency responder at...
CHAMPLAIN — A two-story farmhouse here was gutted by fire Wednesday night.Clinton County Dispatch put out a call for the fire at 497 Stetson Road at 9:34 p.m., with Champlain Volunteer Fire Department, Champlain EMS and Chazy Volunteer Fire Department responding.The mailbox outside the home gives the house number as 511.A tanker task force consisting of departments from Altona, Mooers, Rouses Point and Alburgh, Vt., was called for mutual aid.Additional assistance was summoned from...
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