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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Wild Fire Reported On Gardeau Road In Norwich Township

BREAKING NEWS:5:45pm-4-2-09
Port Allegany, Crosby and Austin firefighters are responding to a wildfire near 3936 Gardeau Road in Norwich Township. Reports are that it was started by a train and is going up the side of the mountain. Photos & Complete story.

9 comments :

Anonymous said...

Any update on this?

Anonymous said...

Instead of putting a restriction on burning for people, Maybe we ought to put a restriction on the trains. This seems to be happening quite a bit.

Anonymous said...

Good job fellas

Anonymous said...

In response to "Instead of putting a restriction on burning for people, Maybe we ought to put a restriction on the trains." OK, lets put more people out of work. Use your head. Are you going to stop driving your car just because you "might" end up in an accident? I didn't think so. I assume you do not know how important trains still are to today's commerce.

Thank you to the folks that fight these fires!

Anonymous said...

Ding Dong!!!I wasn't stating that we should stop train traffic. I was meerly joking about the train and burning. I do believe that they ought to be held more accountable for this.

Anonymous said...

I blame the hobo.

Anonymous said...

You're the Ding Dong, Ding Dong. The railroads are held responsible when it is determined that they are at fault. The railroad at fault must pay all of the costs involved in fighting this fire. Get your facts straight before you start "joking." Some people take all of this very seriously. I bet you would be more serious about this if a wild fire started near YOUR home.

Anonymous said...

Now lets not get carried away with this one now

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately this fire occurred at the former site of the spill last year, luckily it was a burn and not as toxic as the previous accident. My hat goes off to the unselfish volunteers who fight the fires, take the ambulance calls and do what they can. Thanks go out to their family's as well for being as unselfish and sacrificing time together by allowing them to do there jobs.