Oil is spilling into the Norwalk River as of 1 p.m., Feb. 19. Affected areas\u00a0include parts of the river in Wilton, Ridgefield, and Redding. The source of the spill, according to Ridgefield Fire Chief Kevin Tappe, must either be the business\u00a0at 58 Ethan Allen Highway, or some pipe behind that location. \u201cThere\u2019s oil going into a storm drain from a pipe that\u2019s coming from that building or behind it; we\u2019re not sure,\u201d Tappe said. Ridgefield and Georgetown fire remain on the scene at 58 Ethan Allen Highway. Firefighters are mitigating the spill until they can determine its source. \u201cWe\u2019ve put absorbent pads in the storm drain. We\u2019re also putting booms and pads in the culvert to keep [the oil] from getting into the river any more than it already has,\u201d Tappe said. A crew from the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection was expected by 1:15. \u201cWe\u2019ve also notified Metro-North Police,\u201d Tappe said, \u201cbecause we\u2019re working on the tracks.\u201d A Metro-North spokesperson\u00a0said the spill\u00a0has not caused any\u00a0cancellations or delays, but "there will be potential for slow-downs [for trains passing] through the Branchville area" until it is contained. Oil was reported in multiple areas along the river around noon today, Feb. 19. Local personnel from Wilton, Ridgefield and Georgetown were dispatched in response to the different reports, to determine the extent of the affected area. One Wilton police unit and four Georgetown Fire units were dispatched to 1047 Danbury Road in Georgetown around noon. Minutes later, Ridgefield fire responded to 32 Ethan Allen Highway, Ridgefield. The different emergency response agencies worked together to narrow the source of the spill down to the area of 58 Ethan Allen Highway. According to Tappe, there are 12 Ridgefield fire personnel and four Georgetown fire personnel still on-scene. Wilton police have returned to headquarters.