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Five days after a 15-alarm fire gutted the former Covidien plant in Oriskany Falls, the fire still burns, and the entire village still smells of smoke. "I'm the last house in the village heading out on 12b. Comment?
It's been two days since the fire at the former Covidien plant in Oriskany Falls caught fire, but flames can still be seen in some of the rubble, and smoke continues to pour through the village. Also, it has been constantly windy since the fire began, and those winds have not shifted, so all of that smoke continues to move in the same northerly direction. Comment?
The four story manufacturing plant at 130 S. Main St. in Oriskany Falls which has been home to many medical supply companies over the years and burned to the ground Saturday night, was a major part of the village for more than a century. Oriskany Falls resident Eddie Reilly worked at the plant in the '60's and came by Sunday morning as the intense smoke from the still-burning structure filled the air, "It was very devastating when we lost the business, and now it's more devastating that we lost the whole building." Comment?
WKTV Many throughout Oneida County received an emergency alert via their cell phones around 12:30 p.m. Sunday. The alert was sent by the Oneida County 911 center and was intended to be sent to Southern Oneida County for residents affected by the Covidien warehouse fire in the village of Oriskany Falls. Comment?
A plant that once held together the community of Oriskany Falls is in ruins after a structure fire ripped through the closed facility. A little before 5:00 Saturday night, a fire broke out in the former Covidien plant on Madison Street. 1 comment
The Mohawk Valley Community Action Agency will be accepting applications for the 2016-2017 Home Energy Assistance Program, known as HEAP, at its Rome and Utica locations through December, and at five locations in western and northern Oneida County on the dates listed below. HEAP assists eligible households with heating costs, along with heat-related utility costs and repairs or replacements of applicant-owned heating equipment. Comment?
According to Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol, on July 18, 2016, at 4:20 p.m., emergency crews were called to a motor vehicle accident involving a 2003 Outlander operated by Shannon Bean, 25, of the Village of Oriskany Falls, and a farm tractor operated by Brian Nelson, 25, of the Town of Westmoreland. Bean's vehicle was traveling westbound on West Carter Road in the Town of Westmoreland when it collided into Nelson's tractor as he was sitting on the north shoulder of the road, waiting to pull out on to the road. Comment?
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