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Man Suffers Serious Burns at Workplace Accident in Brewery
Fires can cause severe injuries and also do damage to property. Fires can cause burn injuries that are quite painful and impact victim’s lives for years to come. Accidents that happen at the workplace can be especially hard to individuals to deal with. Employers have a responsibility to ensure their workplace is safe for all of their employees.

On June 5, fire officials responded to Trillium Brewing Company in Canton after receiving a report about a 55-year-old man suffering from serious burns. The incident was reported around 4:45 in the afternoon. The man was transported by medical helicopter to Brigham and Women’s hospital where he is reported to be in serious but stable condition. The victim was a contractor working on the brewery’s equipment. Officials say that it is unclear how he received the burn, but that it is likely related to his work at the brewery.

Injuries and Fires

Crews Battle Fire in Pittsfield
On May 7, a part of Brown Street was closed in Pittsfield while crews fought a house fire.

This happened on the evening of May 7.

Pittsfield police tweeted that emergency crews had responded to the scene at 50 Brown Street. They also advised drivers to avoid the area.

3-Alarm Fire in Somerville
On May 5, firefighters battled a three-alarm fire at a home in Somerville.

Four Tufts University students were displaced from their home when a fire occurred on Teele Avenue.

Firefighters responded to the scene after they received the report of the incident at around 4 in the afternoon on Saturday. It appears that there were no injuries in connection with this fire.

Update: 100 Firefighters Battle Chelsea Blaze
This is an update on a story we reported on earlier this week.

More than 100 firefighters, around 150, from North Shore and Boston battled a six-alarm blaze that damaged three triple-deckers. This occurred on Wednesday.

The fighter fights responded to a house located on John Street at around 3:45. The fire spread to two other buildings and displaced 16 residents.

Fire Investigation in Norfolk County

District 1 Hazmat responded to assist Avon Massachusetts Fire Department with an investigation. This was a Tier 1 response. The crews were dispatched to 40 Ledin Drive and an ambulance was sent to the scene. This occurred at around 9:00 in the morning on May 3.

We are always striving to bring you current stories about accidents across Massachusetts. As we do so, we will bring you initial reports as well as more detailed stories. For initial reports, sometimes only a few details will be known at first. We will update these stories as we learn more.

If you’ve been injured in a fire that was caused by someone else acting negligently, we want to help you receive compensation for your injuries. We will fight for you to receive compensation and assistance. Please call us today. We are happy to help.


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