Report by Paula Antolini, May 9, 2020, 6:34PM EDT
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Stony Hill FD:
Units responded to a residential structure fire today on Walnut Hill Rd. (More info. to be released by the fire department shortly.)
The homeowner’s cat is missing. A link to a message by Susan Gierc Skramstad was posted on the fire department page and Skramstad wrote:
“Local friends – I’m asking for help. We lost our house to a fire today (yes, that was us) and our cat, we think, got out of the house. Please keep a lookout – share everywhere you can. My daughter is devastated. His name is Max – orange tabby – small barely 8 lbs. and he wears a collar with a name tag (May have broken off – it was a break away collar). I can be reached … anytime if you find him. He’s an indoor cat so he will likely be scared.
We will up date this story as more info. is received.
UPDATE MAY 9, 2020, 9:43PM FROM BETHEL FIRE & EMS:
“Today at around noon Bethel Fire & EMS responded with @stonyhillfire , & @brookfieldfire to a reported shed fire. First units arrived and advised that it had extended into the main structure. The fire was controlled, and the scene was turned to the Fire Marshall’s office @ Bethel Fire & EMS. We are delighted; no one was hurt! We encourage everyone to check on your neighbors, and do what you can to help others!”
UPDATE May 9, 2020, 9:36PM”
There is a gofundme fundraiser set up to help the Skramstad family VIEW HERE.
UPDATE May 10, 2020 from Stony Hill FD:
“Yesterday at approximately 12:15pm Stony Hill and Bethel firefighters were alerted to a shed fire near a house on Walnut Hill Rd. Engine 1 was on scene 3 minutes later and found heavy fire from the back of the house and from the attic. Mutual aid from Brookfield Volunteer Fire Company and Dodgingtown Volunteer Fire Company, No. 1. Inc. was requested to the scene. Attack lines were brought inside to the second floor where crews had to initially back out after a ceiling collapse.
“Approximately 50 firefighters spent the next 2 hours extinguisher the fire, overhauling and salvaging belongings for the homeowners. There were no injuries to the residents or firefighters. Station coverage was provided by Phoenix Hose Company Inc. Engine 8 Danbury, CT and West Redding Volunteer Fire Department. The cause is under investigation by the Bethel Emergency Management & Fire Marshal office.”
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