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Lebanon Firefighters Respond to House Fire (Photo) - 08/12/18

The Lebanon Fire District was dispatched to the report of a house fire at 33669 Santiam Hwy at 2:15pm August 12th 2018.  Upon arrival heavy smoke and flames were seen from the rear side of the structure. Occupants were reported to not be in the home. Firefighters made a defensive attack from the exterior of the structure to prevent spread of the fire to surrounding exposures and nearby fields.  The residents of the home returned and alerted firefighters to animals inside the building, firefighters were able to enter the home and retrieved 2 dogs and 1 cat from inside, the animals were treated with oxygen at the scene and appeared to be healthy.  Firefighters were on scene for over 3 hours for extinguishment and to insure there was no rekindle of the fire.  Lebanon responded with 10 apparatus and 24 personnel. The cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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Firefighters Respond to Kitchen Fire (Photo) - 08/08/18

The Lebanon Fire District was dispatched to the report of a house fire at 1090 S 7th street. Upon arrival smoke was showing from the eaves and roof vents of the home. Firefighters made an interior attack on the fire and quickly brought the fire under control. The majority of damage was held to the kitchen. Upon searching the fire two dogs where located and removed from the house. The two dogs had minor smoke inhalation and appear healthy. Firefighters remained on scene for nearly two hours ensuring that there was no fire extension. Lebanon responded with two fire engines, a rescue and two ambulances. The cause of the fire was determined to be a stove top burner. It is important to remember to keep your stove top clear of any storage or food that is not being prepared.  

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Lebanon Firefighters Respond to Grass Fire (Photo) - 08/05/18

The Lebanon Fire District responded to a large fire near the address of 32625 Denny School road at 7pm today. Upon arrival firefighters found an approximately quarter acre fire burning into a large rubbish pile and two small out buildings. Due to western winds the fire moved into an adjacent field and became a fast moving grass fire. Lebanon firefighters were able to slow the spread, but mutual aid was requested from Albany, Brownsville, Halsey and Tangent fire departments to assist with extinguishing the fire. The fire was brought under control at approximately 8pm. One civilian suffered minor burns to her to arms when she attempted to extinguish the fire. She was transported to Lebanon Community Hospital for evaluation. Units remained on scene for another hour to ensure all hot spots had been extinguished.  The cause of the fire is still under investigation. The Lebanon Fire District would like to remind the citizens of Lebanon that we are now in extreme fire danger conditions and back yard burning is not allowed.

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