Oyster River Fire Rescue responds to boat fire

Oyster River Fire Rescue responded to a boat fire at Pacific Playgrounds Marina just after 5 a.m. this morning.

The boat was fully engulfed when the crew arrived on scene, said Chris Murray, deputy chief.

They had 16 fire fighters on the scene to contain the blaze.

Murray said one patient was sent to the hospital with a broken arm.


 

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