Fire by Norrish Creek quickly doused

Fire by Norrish Creek quickly doused

A crew of three firefighters managed to control a wildfire by Norrish Creek in the Mission area, before it got out of hand.

  • Jul. 6, 2015 4:00 p.m.

Another wildfire broke out in the Mission area.

According to the BC Wildfire Service website, a 0.009 hectare fire was burning by Norrish Creek, three kilometres east of Norrish Creek Forest Service Road.

A team of three firefighters were dispatched by helicopter on Monday morning and managed to douse the blaze before it grew in size.

The area is currently being patrolled to ensure no hot spots flare up.

While an investigation has yet to be completed, the website indicates the fire was likely caused by a person, rather than naturally.

 

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