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Safety concerns postpones Halloween Open House on Lebanon

Due to safety concerns with snow banks, limited parking and icy conditions at the rescue station; we are postponing tonight’s Halloween Open House until tomorrow.

We will be open from 5pm until 7pm, but will stay as long as there are kids still there to make up for tonight!

The melting snow is also expected to refreeze tonight. We apologize for any inconvenience but want to make sure that all kids can attend the event safely.

Rescue crews will also be out today and tonight doing well being checks on people without power and known medical concerns.

The rescue volunteers have been out since 6pm last night handling over 15 medical calls and accidents. We would also like to thank Lebanon Road Commissioner Larry Torno and his wonderful crews who have been out all night doing a great job keeping the roads as clear as possible and also helping our crews out as they came across things and responding to medical calls.

Also, ‎9am update from CMP and EMA: 32,548 houses without power in York County alone. CMP has a lot of crews from Maine, Canada and Mass working in our county working. Power is going to be started to be restored this morning on 3 phase and primary infrastructure, but there is a chance of extended power outage due to extent of outages. Working on possible shelter if needed possibly at Marshwood HS. Everyone is working hard to restore power, but when asked specifically about restoring power to Lebanon, they said it could be well into tomorrow, or tomorrow night. If you know of anyone who may need shelter, we encourage you to contact us at (207) 608-5615.

We will work to remove the snow banks and hazards to make for a great open house and hope to see you all tomorrow night!!

We thank you for your support and we hope to see you tomorrow night at the rescue station on Carl Broggi Highway for our annual open house. There will be free pumpkins for anyone who wants one, lots of fun events including arts and crafts, lots of candy, apples, hot coffee for the adults, apple cider, tours of the emergency vehicles and a Monster Mud Truck on display, as well as much more. Lots of free family fun and we hope you can make it with your family!
Please be safe out there today, if you have a generator, please make sure it is properly ventilated. Please stay away from any downed power lines. CMP is aware of the lines down, but you can also contact CMP direct at ‎1-800-696-1000.
We have rescue volunteers still out checking on roads and making sure residents are safe.


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