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Local Fire Departments Fight Brush Fires

Wednesday was a high fire danger day, and it proved true for local fire fighters. Just before 1:30 pm New London Fire Department went to a 1st Alarm brush fire on Little Lake Sunapee Road.   139 more words

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State fire danger changes from day to day

MARLBOROUGH–All the rain and snow that melted in Connecticut the last several days hasn’t extinguished the fire danger in the state.

The ground is soggy, but firefighters with the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection said the real threat is the leaf litter on top of the ground. 144 more words

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Crews In Lackawanna County Busy Battling Brush Fires

LACKAWANNA COUNTY — Fire crews were busy in Lackawanna County after several brush fires sprung up Monday.

Smoke and flames could be seen smoldering away in a field near the busy shopping district in Dickson City after a brush fire broke out along Commerce Boulevard. 294 more words

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Suffolk County Volunteer Firefighters To Receive Specialized Wildfire Training

HAUPPAUGE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — More than 10,000 volunteer firefighters will soon receive specialized training in Suffolk County on battling brush and forest fires.

The training includes the latest in brush fire equipment with a focus on saving lives, WCBS 880 Long Island Bureau Chief Mike Xirinachs reported. 112 more words

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High Winds, Dry Air Cause Brush Fires In AACO

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, Md. (WJZ)–High winds and dry air caused several brush fires to break out around Maryland today.

In Anne Arundel County, Sky Eye Chopper 13 shows strong winds fanning intense flames at this landfill. 42 more words

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Burn off in Forest Park helps maintain the parks ecosystem

ST. LOUIS (KTVI) – Maybe you’ve been one of the many visitors Forest Park has seen over the past several beautiful warm spring days. If you’ve been in the park or just driving through this week, chances are that you’ve seen the smoke coming from several different portions of the park from ongoing fires. 144 more words

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Burn off in Forest Park helps maintain the parks ecosystem

ST. LOUIS (KPLR) – Maybe you’ve been one of the many visitors Forest Park has seen over the past several beautiful warm spring days. If you’ve been in the park or just driving through this week, chances are that you’ve seen the smoke coming from several different portions of the park from ongoing fires. 144 more words

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