Firefighters Respond to Vegetation Fire on Vasco Road Near Camino Diablo

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Just before 5:00 am Thursday, the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District was dispatched to a report of a vehicle fire that was beginning to start a vegetation fire on Vasco Road, near Camino Diablo.

The fire was described as being 3-4 miles south of Camino Diablo in the Town of Byron. A full vegetation fire response was dispatched.

By 5:16 am, Battalion 5 arrived on scene saying the fire was spreading slowly, however, he requested CHP for traffic control.

 

Detail Information
5:04 AM14[44] XFR RP LINE 41 TO FIRE DEPT
5:04 AM13[41] VEH FIRE AND HILLSIDE ON FIRE2-3 MILES JSO CAMINO DIABLO
5:04 AM12[40] ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; PER ANOTHER HILLSIDE ON FIRE APPROX 1000 SQ FT ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
5:01 AM11[26] ADVISED FIRE LINE 24
5:00 AM10[24] HILLSIDE ON FIRE AS WELL — JNO THE DUMPS
5:00 AM9[21] XFER INV’D TO FIRE
4:59 AM8[11] FLAMES UNDER VEH
4:59 AM7[10] INV’D LL, ALL OCCUPANTS OO VEH
4:59 AM6[9] 1039 COCO FIRE
4:58 AM5[4] PTY OO VEH
4:58 AM4[3] GG028 ON HOLD FOR FIRE
4:58 AM3[7] [Appended, 04:59:06] [2] RHS ***
4:57 AM2[1] UNK COLOR BMW SUV OR SIM / RHS
4:56 AM1[17] [Appended, 04:59:58] [1] SPAN TRANS

 


1 COMMENT

  1. Why can’t these guys fight a grass fire without shutting the entire artery down. I see this all the time with CHP too. Make a big overproduction of a normal job task.

    ECT, did you cover the commuting cop in another cities cop car that rear ended someone on Vasco ? commuting with public vehicles from far away municipalities is done far too often these days. No legitimate excuse for us to pay their gas and maintenances on personal commute time.

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