Thursday, July 17, 2008
Fire department fights back
The fire chief Wednesday blasted allegations by a downtown property owner that negligence by his department and other city agencies may have somehow contributed to the severity of a massive December fire as “totally outrageous, insulting, incorrect and inaccurate.”
Read Bill Kaempffer's full story and watch the video here:
In photo, from left, city Building Official Andrew Rizzo, Fire Chief Michael Grant and Fire Marshal Joseph Cappucci, backed by city firefighters, hold a press conference Wednesday at Fire Headquarters on Grand Avenue in New Haven.
Photo by Melanie Stengel
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