One person in “critical condition” after 3-alarm fire in Brimfield

Hampden County

BRIMFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – One person was taken to the hospital with serious injuries after a serious 3-alarm fire at a single-family home on Oakwood Road in Brimfield early Wednesday night.

According to the Sturbridge Fire Department, the individual taken to the hospital is in “critical condition.” Officer Ryan Olszta of the Brimfield Police Department initially told 22News the person who was taken to the hospital had unknown injuries.

Photo: Sturbridge Fire Department

State Fire Marshal’s Office spokeswoman Jennifer Mieth confirmed with 22News that investigators were called to assist with determining how the fire at 35 Oakwood Rd. started. 

In addition to Brimfield and Sturbridge fire departments, firefighters from Warren were also called to provide mutual aid to the fire which started around 5 p.m.

Mieth said the Fire Marshal’s Office is assisting Brimfield police and fire with the investigation. 

This is developing news. 22News will bring you updates as we learn more. 

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