Millis, MA – Today at approximately 9:30 AM, firefighters swiftly responded to a report of a fire at 30 Stoneybrook Drive in Millis, Massachusetts. The incident occurred in a large apartment building, and upon their arrival, first responders observed flames emerging from the third floor. The severity of the situation prompted the declaration of a second alarm, followed shortly by a third alarm at around 9:45 AM, bringing in additional personnel to assist.
In a remarkable display of cooperation, mutual aid was swiftly provided by neighboring fire departments, including Sherborn, Walpole, Westwood, Medfield, Norfolk, Wrentham, and others. Together, they worked diligently to combat the flames and bring the situation under control and prevent further damage.
Fortunately, no injuries were reported among the building’s occupants or the responding firefighters. The quick response and effective coordination of the emergency services played a crucial role in ensuring the safety of all individuals involved. Firefighters worked tirelessly to contain the blaze, and their efforts were met with success as the fire was ultimately contained by 10:00 AM. Thanks to their swift actions, the surrounding units sustained minimal damage, minimizing the impact on residents and the community.
After the fire was brought under control, a touching moment unfolded amidst the chaotic scene. Sherborn Fire Chief, Zachary Ward, was photographed sitting with a child who had been affected by the fire. The image serves as a poignant reminder of the human element involved in such incidents and the compassionate nature of those who respond to these emergencies.
As of now, the estimated damages and the number of occupants displaced by the fire remain unknown. Authorities will conduct a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the fire and assess the full extent of the damages. Efforts will also be made to ensure that the affected residents receive the necessary support and assistance to rebuild their lives.