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John J. Gelinas

Fire Chief

Cambridge Fire Department

HQ Phone:  (617) 349-4900

Email: j***@***.org

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Cambridge Fire Department

491 Broadway

Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138

United States

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John Gelinas, Deputy Fire Chief, Cambridge Fire Department; Cambridge, MA


Freedom and Struggle

This information comes from John Gelinas, Deputy Fire Chief, Cambridge Fire Department, 12-22-99


Dryer Fires in the News, House Fires caused by lint buildup and dirty dryers, vents, ducts, Smoke

The fire spread into the walls of the building, according to Deputy Fire Chief John Gelinas, but firefighters were able to prevent the blaze from spreading to the top level.
The building contains retail on the first floor, and apartments on the second and third floors. All occupants were evacuated. Gelinas said a total of 12 residents have been displaced temporarily for the next two days while the building is inspected. No injuries were reported. Cause of the fire has been deemed accidental. Damages have been estimated at $125,000. Gelinas said dryer fires are not an uncommon occurrence


http://www.maferrets.org/forums/index.php?board=16;action=display;threadid=1696;start=0

The flames extended into the walls and up to the third floor, according to Deputy Fire Chief John Gelinas.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation. "Right now there's nothing that indicates arson," Gelinas said. Gelinas said three Cambridge firefighters were sent to the hospital, one suffering from a sprained ankle, one with a back injury, and another with a cut hand. None of the injuries were life-threatening. The estimated damage is $50,000. Gelinas said while at the scene, firefighters were able to rescue a number of pets from the home including a hamster and "at least two ferrets."


http://www.patriotledger.com/news/state_news/x985678567/Cambridge-man-dies-witnesses-say-he-jumped-into-Charles-River

A number of police and fire crews arrived at the scene around 6:30 p.m., but members of the State Police dive team weren't able to find and remove the body until 8 p.m., Deputy Fire Chief John Gelinas said.
"The visibility in the Charles River is zero," he said. Gelinas said witnesses told police that they saw the man stand up on the rail and jump into the water. His body was discovered near Land Boulevard adjacent to the drawbridge crossing the Broad Canal.


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