Eugene Springfield Fire
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Smell of Gas Reported in Downtown Area - 11/18/21

At 9:30 am, multiple calls were received from multiple locations and businesses in downtown Eugene that there was a strong smell of what was described as natural gas. Eugene Springfield Fire and Northwest Natural Gas responded and conducted a search of a seven-block radius in the downtown area. Upon arrival, it was noted that the smell had noticeably dissipated. Air gas monitoring was completed in 5 buildings downtown with no natural gas detected. There were not any construction zones that were involved in this incident. Eugene Springfield Fire units and Northwest Natural Gas will continue to monitor the area. 

We have continued to receive calls in the Laurel Hill/ Glenwood area for the odor.

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Crews Rescue One From Springfield House Fire (Photo) - 11/10/21

Springfield, OR.  Eugene Springfield Fire crews rescued one victim from a house fire in the 700 block of G Street Wednesday night.  Arriving crews found a resident outside reporting smoke from a room with one victim inside.  Crews rescued the victim and a waiting ambulance transported them to River Bend for treatment.  A cat was also rescued after the fire was extinguished.  The cause is under investigation.