11:57 p.m. - Wolfville firefighters responded to a report of a possible structure fire on Hillside Avenue. The fire was confined to a bedroom, causing some damage. There were no serious injuries, but one individual was treated for smoke inhalation.
7 p.m. - Waterville and District firefighters carried out a simulated disaster exercise at the municipal airport in Cambridge. Kings RCMP were also involved in the exercise, which involved an aircraft down with multiple casualties.
7:15 p.m. - Greenwich fire Chief Dave Miller responded to investigate a report of a possible fire on Highway 1 in Greenwich, which turned out to be a controlled burn.
4:20 p.m. - Wolfville firefighters responded to a two-vehicle collision with fluids leaking on Main Street in Wolfville.
5 p.m. - Kentville firefighters responded to a report of an alarm sounding at the Cornwallis Inn apartment building, which ended up being cancelled. It was Kentville‘s second false alarm in as many days, at two different locations.
8:31 p.m. - Wolfville firefighters responded to a fire alarm sounding in an apartment above Front and Central restaurant which turned out to be cooking-related.
1:30 p.m. - Port Williams firefighters responded to a report of a cornfield on fire on Lower Church Street. Canning and Greenwich firefighters were dispatched in mutual aid to the scene of the fire, which ended up burning a patch approximately 400 by 400 feet. Greenwich fire chief Dave Miller confirmed the fire had resulted from someone burning garbage in the vicinity of where a barn was under construction, which the wind had spread to the cornstalks.