Sprinkler Malfunction Causes Grass Fire

Joe Denoyer - June 23, 2021 8:44 pm

At 130pm on Wednesday, June 23rd, the Seward County Fire Department was dispatched to a vegetation fire on Road V and Road 15, E1 from Kismet arrived on scene within 3 minutes and stop forward progress preventing the fire from entering a wheat field, additional units arrived on scene and assisted in extguishing the fire. No injuries was reported and the fire was caused by a equipment malfunction on a sprinkler. The department responded with 2 engines , attack truck, a water tender, 4 firefighters, and 2 chief officers.


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