Members of the Somers Volunteer Fire Department were running ragged about town on Wednesday, cleaning up multiple incidents in a short stretch of time.
Over the course of just five hours, crew members responded to two multi-vehicle accidents, a brush fire that covered more than an acre of land and three EMS calls.
Volunteers assisted a motorist that was struck on the side and flipped their SUV in Heritage Hills, leaving the other car disabled with extensive front-end damage. Later, with an assist from fire crews out of Croton Falls and Golden’s Bridge, they were able to knock down and ultimately extinguish the large brush fire in a heavily wooded area in town.
No injuries were reported during the busy stretch.
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