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WCFR respond to Hurricane Nicole’s remnants
Hurricane Nicole’s remnants affected Warren County according to a report from the Warren County Fire and Rescue Department.
A tree was reported to have fallen into a single-family home at 88 High Ridge Road around 8 p.m. Friday.
An individual had to be evaluated by Emergency Medical personnel but refused treatment or transport to a medical facility.
The single-family home sustained significant damage and was deemed uninhabitable and unsafe for occupancy.
In a 24-hour period starting Friday the Warren County Fire and Rescue Department responded to 35 emergency calls 11 of which were storm related.
Those incidents included wind damage, downed trees and wires in roadways.
Warren County Sheriff’s issued a hazardous road condition for Browntown Road concerning the downed trees and power lines across the road.
Fire and rescue and power crews worked to restore power and clear the road as quickly and safely as possible.
Fire Chief Bonzano commended his crews in their dedication in answering all the calls in that short period of time.
Volunteers are always needed and welcomed at all volunteer fire and rescue services. Contact your local department if you would like to volunteer.
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