Dysart Fire Dept Release – immediate dispersal

Reports from Dysart et al

The Dysart Fire Department responded to a brush fire on Drag Lake July 10 at 3:54 p.m.

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Hey be aware says Smokey da Bear! Only you can prevent bush fires! Photo by Hanna Barbera.

The fire department had to take their equipment to the site with a boat as the area was water access only.

The fire was quickly knocked down and after soaking the area the fire department declared the fire out.

All people are reminded that the bush areas are very dry now and care must be taken.

Fire Fighters were also assisted by Mr. Bill Beatty who ferried men over to the site with his pontoon boat.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]