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Crime Injured Farmington fire Capt. Scott Baxter returns home 6 weeks after explosion

22:25  29 october  2019
22:25  29 october  2019 Source:   wmtw.com

New Orleans Hard Rock Hotel collapse: two cranes demolished at construction site in New Orleans

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Farmington fire Capt. Scott Baxter returned home Tuesday, more than six weeks after being injured in a explosion that injured six others and killed Capt. Michael Bell.

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Baxter received an escort to the Farmington fire station after being released from the New England Rehabilitation Hospital in Portland.

A procession of firetrucks and police cruisers helped escort him home. A large crowd gathered outside the fire station to greet him.

Baxter was the last of the injured firefighters to return home to Farmington.

LEAP maintenance manager Larry Lord also was seriously hurt in the explosion. He remains in serious condition at a Boston hospital.

Woman taken into custody after 6-month-old killed, 2 other children critically injured in apartment fire

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South Windsor Parks and Rec building to be closed temporarily following gas explosion .
SOUTH WINDSOR, CT (WFSB) - The South Windsor Parks and Recreation building will be closed for repairs and inspection for a few days after a gas explosion Sunday morning, fire officials said. © South Windsor Fire Department The South Windsor Parks and Recreation building will be closed for repairs and inspection for a few days after a gas explosion Sunday According to the South Windsor Fire Department, nobody was hurt in the incident. Officials say firefighters were dispatched to the building around 8:21 a.m. for a reported fire alarm.

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