29th & 30th October 2012 - Hurricane Sandy
Hurricane Sandy continues to move parallel to the East Coast. A turn toward the northwest is forecast on Monday, during which time Sandy will transition to an extratropical system. This will have little or no bearing, however, on the overall impacts of this dangerous weather system. For storm information specific to your area, please monitor products issued by your local NWS forecast office.
GOFFSTOWN - 18 September 2012 - 7:16pm: Emergency Services has asked Goffstown's ....CLICK HERE FOR LIVE RADAR LOOP....to prepare for Standby. CERT members are to finalize preparation beginning at 9pm tonight and remain on standby until 6pm Wednesday evening. The purpose of this notification is due to the expected 2-3 inches of rain expected along with anticipated power outages because of winds that are expected to reach 55-65 mph. Stay with GoffstownToday on Facebook for information as this weather front approaches our area.
GOFFSTOWN - 8 May 2012: 53 Church Street rang the alarms at the Goffstown, New Boston, Bedford, Dunbarton and Manchester fire departments early this morning. There is one unconfirmed reported fatality at the home. The first call came in to Goffstown Fire at 6:30am and firefighters arrived to a fully engulfed structure. The cause of the fire is unknown and the State Fire Martial arrived on the scene just prior 8:45am. The fire is under control at this time (8:54am) and firefighters are working hard to contain smoke and hot spots. We are told it is likely the one fatality was overcome by smoke inhalation. This structure is a four-unit building and all other residents found safety. Traffic on Church Street remains closed. Route 114 north and south are being detoured at North Mast onto Autumn Street. Please avoid the area. At 9am, the Goffstown Community Emergency Response Team has been activated to assist with the two alarm fire in Goffstown on Church St. Seven members met at Station 18 to receive their assignments. UPDATE: The Goffstown CERT was released at approximately 12:15pm. Assignments included traffic management in four locations. ....MORE IMAGES....
GOFFSTOWN - 23 April 2012 @ 6:10pm: The river was expected to peak at 7.3 feet around 2:00 am Tuesday 4/24. Gofffstown Emergency Management is actively monitoring this event. It appears at this time 6.31 feet was achieved at 5:30pm Today. There are currently no flood stage watches or warnings issued for Goffstown at this time. Appears folks on the Piscataquog in Goffstown, Weare and New Boston made it through this rain event.
UPDATED Monday, 23 April 2012 6:10pm
|8AM MONDAY||11AM MONDAY||2PM MONDAY||5PM MONDAY|
|Light Rain||Patchy Fog||Mostly Cloudy||Slight Chance Of Light Rain|
| Temp: 47°F |
Feels Like: 47°F
Dew Point: 47°F
Winds: ENE at 17 MPH
| Temp: 53°F |
Feels Like: 53°F
Dew Point: 51°F
Winds: ESE at 9 MPH
| Temp: 56°F |
Feels Like: 56°F
Dew Point: 50°F
Winds: SE at 10 MPH
| Temp: 56°F |
Feels Like: 56°F
Dew Point: 48°F
Winds: S at 7 MPH
|Precip: 1.38"||Precip: 0.46"|
GOFFSTOWN - 22 April 2012 @ 6pm: The river is expected to peak at 7.2 feet between noon-2:00 pm Tuesday 4/24. Gofffstown Emergency Management is actively monitoring this event.
Goffstown - 22 December 2011: ACTIVATION at 6:45am to assist Police and Fire with Propane Vehicle Accident:
As posted on GoffstownToday.com:
Goffstown - 22 December 2011: ROAD REMAINS CLOSED AT 9:25AM and will be closed for several more hours according to emergency services personnel. Just prior to 6am, the Irving Oil Propane truck pictured encountered an icy intersection while turning from Mast Road onto Daniel Plummer Road. The driver was not injured as the truck rolled once and landed on its side. A leak required an immediate evacuation of those in the area and the Goffstown Fire Department contained the leak to a safe level shortly upon arrival. A gas cloud of propane was prevalent in the immediate vicinity of the damaged truck for a short period of time. It will be a few more hours before the roads are open to traffic. Power is currently shut off in the area to accommodate the righting and safe removal of the vehicle. Many thanks to our Goffstown Police and Fire Department Employees for a fast response and reacting quickly to ensure the safety of all who reside and operate business's in the area. (view all still images here)
3:20pm - Goffstown Police Department Update: Mast Road in Goffstown is now open to through traffic. Daniel Plummer is still closed for at least 3 more hours at Mast Rd and Golds Gym.
5:05pm - Update on Daniel Plummer Road Closure:
Team members will meet at the Goffstown Police Department at 9am this morning for assignments.
A CERT INFORMATION BOOTH will be set up in the Village to distribute information
DOOR TO DOOR visits will begin with Team members working in flood prone areas shortly after 9am this morning
MORE INFORMATION TO FOLLOW AS THE DAY PROGRESSES
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