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Two are displaced by East Providence house fire

Two are displaced by East Providence house fire

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Fire Department personnel responded to a call at 10 White Ave. Sunday, Feb. 9, which resulted in the residents of the home being displaced. According to EPFD Lieutenant James Bellamy, a wood stove in the basement of the structure caused a fire in the wall above it. The stove was

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East Providence Fire Department contains fire at Taunton Plaza Apartments

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Fire Department personnel quickly contained a small fire inside a residence at the Taunton Avenue Apartment complex mid-afternoon Thursday, Jan. 16. EPFD Chief Oscar Elmasian said crews arrived on the scene at approximately 3:30 p.m. First on site was Engine 5. Once inside, firefighters were greeted by “heavy smoke” in

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East Providence Fire Department responds to wood stove fire

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Fire Department responded to a call at 155 Wampanoag Trail Friday afternoon, Jan. 3, needing to extinguish a smoldering blaze created by a wood stove. According to EPFD Lieutenant James Bellamy, companies reached the scene, located roughly halfway between Dover Avenue and the East Shore Expressway, at approximately 3:15

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East Providence Fire Department puts out Seekonk River bridge blaze

EAST PROVIDENCE — The services of several East Providence Fire Department personnel were necessary early Friday morning, Dec. 27, to help put out a blaze on an old railroad bridge located off shore in the Seekonk River. The EPFD responded with two engines, a ladder truck, a brush truck, the special hazards unit and with

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Fire races through Warren Avenue Liquor Mart, apartments above in East Providence

EAST PROVIDENCE — A fire broke out at 208 Warren Ave. in city mid-morning Tuesday, Sept. 3, leaving both the business at the location and the occupants in two apartments scurrying for safety. East Providence Fire Department Ladders Nos. 1 and 3 along with Engine No. 1 were at the scene as were EPFD rescue,

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Investigators tentatively rule East Providence fire accidental, likely caused by production process

EAST PROVIDENCE — The Rhode Island State Fire Marshals Office, in conjunction with local and federal officials, has tentatively determined sparks created during the production process ignited what turned into a four alarm blaze Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 20, at the Inferno Wood Pellet Inc. factory located on Ferris Avenue in the Rumford section of the

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