Fire Engulfs Connecticut Train Station

Train Station Fire
NBC Connecticut

Crews battled heavy fire at an old Amtrak station in Kensington, Connecticut Friday morning.

Fire officials say a “fully-involved structure fire” tore through the station location at 51 Depot Road.

The fire was reported as under control around 5 a.m.


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According to the Berlin Volunteer Fire Department, Amtrak has shut down the rail lines for the time being.

The Berlin Police department has confirmed that Route 372 is currently closed in the vicinity of Depot Road due to this blaze.

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