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News Release
Lebanon Firefighters Extinguish Shed Fire (Photo) - 09/23/23

Lebanon OR.

Lebanon Firefighters responded to a reported structure fire in the early hours of Saturday morning with dispatch reports of a carport burning in the area of Brewster and Berlin roads. The Battalion Chief arrived and found a 10x20 metal shed fully involved with the fire also extending to near-by brush. The IC instructed the first due engine to extend an attack line from the roadway to the area and begin suppression efforts. Firefighters quickly had both the structure and brush fire under control and remained on scene an additional 20 minutes mopping up the fires. The cause of the fire is under investigation but is known to have the under sheltered in the area and using the building. No significant injuries were reported, but some firefighters sustained multiple bee stings after finding a yellowjacket nest. The occupants of the nest were not happy with the disturbance or smoke.

Lebanon Fire District responded with 13 personnel on 1 engine, 1 ladder truck, 2 water-tenders, 1 heavy rescue and 1 rehab unit for firefighters. 2 chief officers responded as well. Firefighters were assisted at the scene by the Linn County Sheriff’s office and Lebanon Police Department helping with traffic control.

Lebanon Fire would like to remind its citizens that Linn County is still in fire season and all backyard burning is prohibited. Please contact the burn line at 541-451-1901 when doing any burning and make sure it is a burn day. Be safe Lebanon.


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