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WCFR had a busy Thanksgiving day

A Warren County Fire and Rescue (WCFR) social media post showed that the Department had an exceptionally busy Thanksgiving.

On Thanksgiving day the department responded to 38 incidents with 27 of those in a 12 hour period between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m..

One incident on South Royal Ave. involved a fire at a storage facility at an abandoned motel.

Smoldering trash was extinguished in the storage area but smoke filed the second floor of the building.

The incident remains under investigation and anyone with information is asked to contact the Warren County Fire Marshal’s Office.

Later in the day WCFR responded to a 4 vehicle accident that trapped 3 people and shut down North Shenandoah Ave..

A total of 5 patients were assisted at the scene with 3 of those being transported to the hospital.

Chief Bonzano and the community express their appreciation for crews answering the call on Thanksgiving day.

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