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Firefighters Battling Vegetation Fire in Brentwood

by CC News

Just before 11:00 am Friday, the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District revived a report of a vegetation in unincorporated Brentwood.

According to initial reports, the fire in the 100 block of Albers Ct off Deer Valley Road an was estimated at a 1/2 acre in size. The fire was also bumping up against a home as crews were still responding to the scene–fire crews also reported a large column of smoke.

By 11:09 am, upon arrival, fire crews determined an immediate threat to a home and requested fire crews to assist in preventing the home from catching fire. The fire was estimated at 2-acres with a chance at significant acreage. A second-alarm fire response was requested.

11:40 am UPDATE:  fire estimated at 4-acres per CALFIRE

12:00 pm UPDATE: 50 acres at 80% containment

check back for updates.


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MEV June 7, 2024 - 4:35 pm

Who is starting these fires? First Corral Fire in Tracy, now Brentwood, other fires in Contra Costs County, Nut Processing Plant in Sutter County, all the other good processing plants throughout USS?

SW June 9, 2024 - 8:16 am

Fake news. This conspiracy thoery has been debunked.
Susan McKelvey, an NFPA spokesperson, noted in an email that national data show the country averaged more than 5,000 fires annually at manufacturing and processing facilities, not just food plants, between 2015 and 2019. She estimated that there have “been approximately 20 fires in U.S. food processing facilities in the first 4 months of 2022, which is not extreme at all and does not signal anything out of the ordinary.”

“The recent inquiries around these fires appears to be a case of people suddenly paying attention to them and being surprised about how often they do occur,” McKelvey said.

Lazy k June 7, 2024 - 5:04 pm

Two alarm fire yesterday in martinez and now this one.
Seems fire season is off to a fast start


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