TRUMBULL, Conn. — Members of the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company were busy Sunday evening responding to multiple alarms, according to a Facebook post.
The first alarm was about the odor of smoke in the area of Edison Road and Mooreland Road. Rescue 100 responded with a crew of six firefighters, the post said.
Upon investigation, crews located a pile of brush and debris burning behind a home on Ruth Street. Units extinguished the blaze and returned to quarters, the fire department said.
Shortly after dinner, a crew was dispatched to Allan Drive for an odor of smoke inside a home. Again, Rescue 100 with a crew of six and Trumbull Car 2 responded to the scene.
Crews conducted an investigation and found nothing wrong. The odor was blamed on fire pits in the area.
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