Thursday, February 6, 2014

Cavendish Fire: 2/6/14

Around 6:30 on Feb. 6, 2014, the Cavendish and Proctorsville Fire Departments, were called to a house fire at 2055 Main Street, Cavendish.  Across from Mac Molding, the Chimney Sweep building was once the town office and library. In addition to Cavendish's fire departments, Ludlow, West Weathersfield, Reading, Ascutney and Mt. Holly fire departments also responded. 

Below is the documentation of the fire and clean up.

Photograph Bob Naess

Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph by April Swasey
Photograph by April Swasey
Photograph by Sheila Roby
Photograph by Amanda Gross
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph by Amanda Gross
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph by Amanda Gross
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph by Amanda Gross
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph Bob Naess
Photograph by Amanda Gross
Photograph by Amanda Gross

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On March 8,  a group of volunteers-Doug and Noah McBride, Justin and Thomas, Bill Barrows, Kem and Svetlana Phillips, Jon and Bev Owens, Bruce McEnaney, and Margo Caulfield-formed a "bucket brigade" to help remove items from the building prior to its planned removal.   Julie of the Golden Stage Inn and Amanda Gross provided delicious baked goods. Photographs of the event were provided by Jon Owens.  
Doug McBride, Justin, Bill Barrows, Margo Caulfield, and Noah McBride
Enjoying refreshments
Bruce McEnaney, Doug McBride, and Justin

2 comments:

edith r magoon said...

thank God no one was there, and my daughter soninlaw and grandson no longer live in peters other building right next door the white one, they lived there for about six years before getting a trailer on there land on heald rd. they are not sure if it was electrial, or chimmy, or wood furnace will have to wait and see soninlaw still works for peter, not sure what hell do now! pray hes able to find something

Margo Caulfield said...

Saw Pieter and Barry just a few minutes ago and they were heading out to a job. Business isn't stopping.