Posts Tagged ‘Oxford MA Fire Department’

Area Firefighters Battle Another Blaze In Oxford

In what seems like a weekly occurrence, fire crews from Oxford are were called to another substantial structure fire in town.  On Monday afternoon, just after 4:30PM it was a 2 alarm blaze located at numbers 3, 5, 7 and 9 Wells Street. The building is a large 6,000 square feet structure that houses 4…

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Truck Fire On Route 395 Ramp In Oxford

Crews from the Oxford Fire Department were on the scene of a fully engulfed truck fire on the ramp to Exit 3 from Route 395 on Wednesday afternoon.  Heavy black smoke could be seen billowing from the vehicle.  There were no injuries reported.  The truck fire was extinguished and towed away from the scene.  Traffic…

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Rollover Accident On Route 395 In Oxford

In the early morning hours of Sunday, March 4th, Oxford Fire Department and EMS crews, along with Massachusetts State Police, responded to the scene of a single vehicle rollover on Route 395 in Oxford.  There was significant damage to the guardrail and vehicle, but no word yet on the condition of the occupants of the…

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Oxford Hiring On-Call Firefighters

After all of the recent fires in town, Oxford’s Fire Department is looking for people to serve their community by becoming an on-call firefighter.  Part-time training will be provided to those who have full-time jobs.  Successful applicants will be able to train at the fire academy at no cost to you.   If you think you…

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2 Alarm Fire Destroys Garage In Oxford

Oxford Fire EMS have been busy in the last few months.  They were at the scene of a garage fire on Hall Road on Monday morning.  The blaze quickly went to a 2 alarm status. There were no injuries reported.  Heat from the fire damaged vinyl siding on a nearby home.  Mutual aid from Auburn,…

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Oxford EMS Respond To Route 20 Crash

Oxford Fire-EMS responded to a single vehicle accident on Route 20 Westbound near Scmitt Equipment on Friday afternoon.  There were no reports of injuries.  Police and Fire officials remind you to use caution when traveling on local roads in the event that black ice could be hard to spot.

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