Firefighters can quickly extinguish flames in Middletown apartment
An investigation is ongoing after an apartment fire brought 30 firefighters to the Alice V. Tomaso Towers apartment complex in the Old Village section of Middletown Township Monday morning, according to the Middletown Township Fire Department.
A call came in around 8:33 a.m. Monday morning of a kitchen fire in their apartment complex unit, sending Middletown Township firefighters to the scene.
The Middletown Township Fire Department said Middletown EMS arrived on the scene first, who is also an MTFD lieutenant and was able to confirm the fire and then called for reinforcements.
As additional fire crews responded to the scene of this seniors residence, they were able to extinguish the flames, ensure everyone was safe and out, and thoroughly inspect the building to ensure safety. ensure that every part of the fire was extinguished.
The MTFD said the building’s maintenance manager secured utilities to the apartment and the fire itself was brought under control by Deputy Chief John Waltz by 8:50 a.m.
After the cleanup was complete after the fire, the approximately 30 firefighters from five Middletown Township Fire Department companies – Belford Engine, Community, Belford Independent, Middletown Fire Company No. 1 and Old Village – dispersed with the Middletown Police. , MTFD Air Cell, and the Fire and Security Cell around 12:00 p.m.
MTFD said there were no injuries among the firefighters.
There were no injuries of any kind reported in Monday morning’s fire at Middletown flats.
The total damage resulting from the kitchen fire is unknown at this stage.
Middletown Township Fire Marshal and Fire Marshal Edward Skelly are continuing to investigate the fire.
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