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Washington Township field fire endangers homes and forest – Chambersburg Public Opinion

A firefighter applies water to a field fire Monday in the Bearstown area of Washington Township.

The website also carries strengthening kits, shelving options, and foundation kits to make improvements on the sheds that can be purchased. In the future, Chamberlain is considering offering other brands of shed kits and accessories to the product lines offered on By updating the merchandise that is available on his site, he will be able to respond to customer feedback and provide the very best shed kits and accessories that are available. This will ensure that customers are getting high quality and affordable products.
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Structure fire in Whetstone | The Sierra Vista Herald

When crews arrived, three storage trailers were on fire, as well as the surrounding field and forest, according to Jim Meek, a captain with Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company. Crews evacuated the nearby residences as the wind was blowing the fire in their direction. Meek said their priority was to “get ahead of the it,” so that they could prevent damage to any residences. Meek said that the area had previous been a junk yard, so there were tires, cars and other “junk” items that were burning, as well as the three storage sheds which were producing a lot of sparks. There were also about six trees that had to be cut down because they were burning through the center. Meeks said he wasn’t sure exactly how big the fire was, but that it was a very fast moving fire.
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The homeowner was burning grass when a plastic fence close to the workshop caught on fire and ignited the sheds, said Whetstone Fire Chief Peter Bidon. Whetstone Fire was dispatched at 9:44 a.m., with an engine on scene at 9:50Bidonsaid. The homeowner attempted to fight the fire, but when the blaze became unmanageable, called 911. In addition to the sheds, one corner of the house sustained about $2,500 damage from the heat. Bidon estimates the total damage, to include the contents of the two sheds, to be somewherearound$15,000. Huachuca City Fire Department and Cochise County Sheriffs deputiesalsoresponded.
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