Fire season ramps up

Grass fire in Dashwood has forest firefighters scrambling

Bambi bucket is hauled back for another load of water in Dashwood Saturday.

Bambi bucket is hauled back for another load of water in Dashwood Saturday.

Investigators are unsure of the cause of a grass fire that had forest firefighters scrambling to Dashwood Saturday morning.

The blaze, roughly 30 metres by 20 metres in size, was spotted at around 8 a.m. in a wooded area at the top of Boorman Road.

A Forest Service helicopter began ferrying a bambi bucket of water to quench the blaze while a ground attack crew prepared to action the fire from the bottom.

The fire was extinguished and nobody was injured.

 

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