Somerville Fire Department responds to Jay St. fire

On January 7, 2013, in Latest News, by The Somerville Times

– Photos by Bobbie Toner

Early Monday afternoon Somerville Fire Department responded to a garage fire at 20-22 Jay St. The first alarm for the fire at 20 Jay St. was sounded at 1:32 p.m. and the working fire was sounded at 1:37.  The fire was contained to the unattached garage and vehicle inside.  Radiant heat caused the siding to  melt on 24 Jay street, also causing some minor charring on 20 Jay St.
The cause appears to be from combustibles stored to close to a wood burning stove.  The all out was declared at 2:24 p.m.



3 Responses to “Somerville Fire Department responds to Jay St. fire”

  1. michelle grant says:

    I am very sorry to here about this.

    Thank Goodness, Mr. Haynes was not working in the garage at that time and others didn’t get hurt. Homes can be replaced but soles are precious. Everyone goes there for Mr. Haynes help with their cars. Again, thank Goodness for God working things out as he did.

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    Michelle Grant

  2. j. connelly says:

    Praise Jesus!

  3. j. connelly says:

    “Praise Jesus!”….evidently the Somerville News Imposter back at work… Though I did not submit it and the Somerville News allows these “imposter” postings… Out of disrespect to all the New Wave Commies out there, it does have a positive note.

    God Bless our men & women in the military…God Bless America!

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