MA Crews Respond to Fire and Vehicle Crash in Frigid Temperatures


By Samantha Allen

Lowell (MA) – As firefighters responded to a first-alarm fire on Jewett Street in Centralville Tuesday morning, emergency crews also found themselves helping out in a large motor-vehicle crash involving four cars on the adjacent street.

On West 6th Street, four cars were stacked up against one another at the intersection with Jewett Street and appeared to have collided into one another stopping for traffic ahead. Police on scene could not confirm the details of the crash. Police Captain Kelly Richardson said he believed there was one injury in the incident. No further details were available at that time.

At least two ambulances were on scene on West 6th Street that morning, and one female passenger was placed into a neck brace.

At 48 Jewett Stret, in frigid temperatures around -3Fo, firefighters worked to put out flames inside the walls of a single-family home there at about 7:30 a.m. The homeowner wept on the street as two neighbors held her; she told them her mother was also staying with her at the time.

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