East Contra Costa Firefighters Limit Vegetation Fire to 4 Acres

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At around 7:00 pm Friday night, the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District responded to a report of a vegetation fire in the 12000 block of Marsh Creek Road.

At the time of arrival, the fire was estimated about a 1/2 acre with potential to increase. Air support was called in which began making air drops in the area to prevent spread and with both crews on the ground and air support, the fire was limited to just under 4-acres.

Raw Video provided courtesy of Iain Macdonnell

 

Detail Information
8:46 PM 14 [26] B19-403B FIRE REQ’ING AN ADTL UNIT TO ASSIST W/ 1184 – CURRENTLY THEY HAVE A CIVILIAN ASSISTING W/ IT
7:28 PM 13 [25] FIRE INQ ETACPY AVL
7:15 PM 12 [22] 1039 COCO FIRE / REQ CHP RESP TO ASSIST W/ 1184
7:15 PM 11 [21] 19-405B INQ IF FIRE NEEDS CHP
7:14 PM 10 [19] [Appended, 19:14:47] [2] PER FIRE, FIRE IS 97
7:13 PM 9 [18] [Appended, 19:14:47] [1] RP CAN SEE SMOKE , TFR TO COCO FIRE
7:12 PM 8 [17] XFER FIRE
7:11 PM 7 [15] [Appended, 19:12:04] [1] BEHIND THE FIRE DEPT
7:08 PM 6 [13] XFER TO CC CO FIRE
7:07 PM 5 [12] TRF TO CON FIRE
7:06 PM 4 [5] FIRE GOING UP THE HILL
7:05 PM 3 [4] TF TO CON FIRE
7:05 PM 2 [2] MARSH CREEK AT MORGAN TERRORITY RD
7:04 PM 1 [1] BRUSH FIRE

 


1 COMMENT

  1. Somebody is setting these fires! More vigilance is needed! This practice might accelerate with the weather getting warmer and drier.

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