Pasco Fire responds to a brush fire

  • Source: KNDO-TV NBC 23 Yakima
  • Published: 06/21/2022 12:00 AM

The Pasco Fire Department is working to stop the progression of a brush fire that started at the intersection of E Lewis Street and Heritage Boulevard from going into a wrecking yard. The fire started around 2 p.m. Monday. According to Deputy Fire Chief with the Pasco Fire Department Ed Dunbar, the fire started in the brush on the intersection and caught some lumber near it on fire. A car that is in a field caught fire too. Deputy Chief Dunbar said the fire threatened a shed that was nearby but they've stopped the fire from moving beyond the car for now. Franklin County Fire District 3 and Walla Walla Fire are also working to help keep the fire under control to make sure it doesn't move into the wrecking yard to the south of the fire.


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