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News Release
Lebanon Fire District battles a second alarm fire - 07/01/18

At 3:50pm on July 1st the Lebanon Fire District responded to 20510 Sodaville Mountain Home  Road, for the report of a two story home that had flames coming out of the second story window. At the time of this structure fire Lebanon Fire District had units responding to two other fire calls.  The on duty Battalion Chief called for a second alarm to get mutual aid from neighboring departments.

Upon arrival the home owner was not home and no occupants were inside. The fire district conducted a defensive fire, fighting the fire from the outside. It took twenty seven firefighters from the Lebanon Fire District, Albany Fire Department, Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District, Scio Fire Department and Brownsville Fire Department about three and half hours to extinguish the fire.

The area where the fire occurred does not have fire hydrants. Multiple water tenders were needed to bring water to the fire scene.

The cause of the fire is still under investigation. One firefighter was treated for heat exposure.

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