ACTON — Chief Robert Hart reports that the Acton Fire Department and mutual aid partners responded Friday morning to a potential hazardous materials incident on Nagog Park Drive.
STONEHAM — Chief Matthew Grafton and the Stoneham Fire Department are pleased to report that the District 2 State Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Team conducted a realistic training exercise in Stoneham on Tuesday in a vacant restaurant.
BURLINGTON — Chief Michael Patterson reports that the Burlington Fire Department responded to a reported HAZMAT situation on Friday morning at a local business.
STONEHAM — Police Chief James McIntyre and Fire Chief Matthew Grafton report that the Stoneham Police and Fire Departments are actively responding to a hazmat incident on Franklin Street.
RAYNHAM — Chief Bryan LaCivita reports that the Raynham Fire Department responded to a Tier 1 HazMat incident earlier today.
WRENTHAM — Chief Antonio Marino reports that the Wrentham Fire Department responded to a Tier 1 HazMat incident Tuesday morning at the town’s water treatment plant.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department responded to a Tier One HazMat incident tonight involving pool chemicals.
WHITMAN — Fire Chief Timothy Grenno reports that the Whitman Fire Department responded to a Tier One HazMat incident today at a local hair salon—the result of a chemical mixture.
NEWBURYPORT — Fire Chief Christopher LeClaire and City Marshal Mark Murray report that the Newburyport Fire and Police Departments responded early Thursday to an incident at a chemical plant in the city’s industrial park.
*UPDATED* Burlington Fire Department Responds to Hazmat Incident at Buffalo Wild Wings Where Employee Died
Interim Chief Michael Patterson reports that the Burlington Fire and Police Departments have responded to a serious hazardous material incident at Buffalo Wild Wings Thursday night where an employee died after being exposed to a strong cleaning agent.