Brush Fire

Published by The Bee News

October 31, 2019

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On Tuesday, October 29th, at approximately 8:50 PM, several of our crews were dispatched to a Brush Fire across from 660 Hwy. 95 near the river’s edge.  Ladder 721s crew arrived first on the scene, reporting that the fire was not easily accessible. Acting Battalion Chief Marvin McCabe, along with L721s crew monitored the fire and its movement with winds in excess of 25mph.  Fortunately, the blaze burned into an area that had previously been burned and died out. Firefighters continued to monitor the area throughout the night to watch for hot spots.


Fire Investigators responded to the scene early this morning (10/30), locating the burned area approximately 4 x 100 yards in size. It appears that the fire may have been started by some type of cooking or warming fire that was in the immediate area.

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