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Update on Apartment Fire at 582 28th St. In Springfield - 04/17/18

Crews have left the scene. Fire marshals are still investigating.  15 people were displaced from the fire.  See attached details from the emergency alert sent early this morning. The two men also awoke 10 other people by yelling and banging on doors and got them to safety.  The primary occupancy was completely distroyed by the fire and the apartment below suffered water damage. Red Cross assisted with the displaced occupants.The fire is currently under investigation.

On scene of a apartment fire in arrival one unit was fully involved. A worker From across the street saw the fire and notified 911. They heard screaming and found a family of 5 trapped in the second floor. The family tossed a toddler from the second story. They caught her. Then the rest of the family lowered themselves out the window Into the the outreached hands of the two workers along with one dog saving thier lives. Crews are in scene now. Further update coming Address 582 28th st. Springfield
Report: #50235

 

2017 Toxics Right-to-Know Program Data Now Availabile - 04/06/18

With Eugene’s Toxics Right-to-Know Program now in its twenty-second year, 2017 Materials Balance Reports have been filed electronically by all 35 businesses that are required to report. Hazardous substance data from the 2017 Toxics Reports are now available on the Toxics Program’s website at www.eugene-or.gov/toxics, and in printed form at the Eugene Public Library as required by the City Charter.

The Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program was created and is governed by Section 54 of the Eugene City Charter, Amendment IV, adopted by citizen initiative in November 1996. It requires that businesses meeting certain criteria report their hazardous substance use to the City, that the City make that information public, and that hazardous substance users pay fees as necessary to operate the program.

For more information on the Eugene Toxics Right-to-Know Program, contact Program Manager Jo Eppli at 541-682-7118.